Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) is a month-long campaign to raise awareness about sexual violence and engage communities in conversation and prevention efforts.

SAAM was first observed in the 1990’s and was nationally recognized as a month-long campaign in 2001. 

Read more about the history of SAAM.

SAAM gives us the chance to focus the conversation on and spotlight the issues of sexual violence, sexual assault, and rape though we know these issues are important to talk about and highlight year around.

To get involved, email the Survivor Advocacy Resource Center with your questions.