The helpline provides live, one-on-one help 24-7.
DoD SAPR Connect is the overarching name for the DoD common access card-enabled virtual collaboration, information and idea-sharing community of practice. Recognizing the importance and popularity of the virtual environment for information-sharing and discussion, SAPR Connect resides in the milSuite.mil application. Membership is open to all military and civilian personnel who have a valid CAC and are SAPR stakeholders. Visit www.milsuite.mil, follow the instructions to register your CAC, then search for "DoD SAPR Connect" and request to join.
Air Force Staff Sgt. Samantha Hawkins is a sexual assault survivor. She has spoken about her experience at numerous briefings and conferences and she has even written a book. She also works to educate fellow service members about dealing with and helping to prevent sexual assault. This is Sam’s story. Watch
Results of the 2016 Workplace and Gender Relations Survey of Active Duty Members point to an estimated decrease of 2,100 sexual assaults in the Army, as compared to the results of the same survey done in 2014. Story
The Defense Department launched an online and mobile educational program to help individuals begin to recover, heal and build resiliency after a sexual assault. Story
Sexual harassment and sexual assault are taken very seriously. It is critical we all uphold a zero tolerance for these dishonorable behaviors and actions. More
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