2018 Report to Congress—SASP-CS Chapter
Read about program accomplishments from July 2015 through June 2017 and hear from grantees in their own words.
This grant is allowing us to provide specialized services to sexual assault survivors of all ages that we could not have done before and has built our capacity as an agency. The funds have significantly impacted our partner agency, Georgia Asylum and Immigration Network’s (GAIN) ability to refer our clients to culturally specific interpreters, therapists, and social services. The funding has strengthened our partnership to ensure holistic, wraparound services are available for both of our agencies’ clients that are sensitive to specific cultural perspectives and experiences.