Both the STOP Grant Program and SASP, the Sexual Assault Services Program, fund services for sexual assault survivors. This presentation featured Elizabeth Edmonson Bauer, the SASP TA Specialist for the Resource Sharing Project (RSP), who gave an overview of SASP and explored how States and Territories can best coordinate these two programs, including leveraging funds to elevate services for survivors. Elizabeth gave recommendations on how Administrators can collaborate with SASP and other grant programs to address sexual assault services during the STOP Implementation Planning process and throughout grant funding and monitoring. She also covered how to meet the STOP 20% minimum set aside for sexual assault and emerging trends.
Grant Administration,Sexual Assault