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April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

RESTORE, a program of Planned Parenthood of Central and Western New York, is committed to empowering survivors of sexual violence through compassion, validation, and healing. RESTORE leads our community on education, advocacy, and social justice.  From providing counseling in emergency rooms to representing survivors in legal cases, RESTORE provides steadfast and confidential support to all survivors of sexual assault. 

This April, RESTORE will be carrying out our annual sexual assault awareness campaign. Flag displays, including informational signage, will be visible throughout RESTORE’s 5-county region. The 1,271 flags in each display represent the number of Americans who are sexually assaulted every day (one every 68 seconds). See our campaign all month long (and beyond) @RESTOREsas on Facebook and Instagram. We will be sharing our own content as well as lifting up other resources and advocacy resources for survivors and loved ones. 

Orange flags planted outside

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