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Barb Duder: Support RVAP

I consider it an amazing honor to live in rural Iowa.

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Katryn Duarte: Support RVAP

I associate HOPE with RVAP’s daily work.

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Patricia Zebrowski: Support RVAP

RVAP and the people who carry out its mission provide safe harbor for victims of sexual violence - something that touches people from all walks of life and in every community.

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Susan Junis: Support RVAP

Sexual violence impacts every single person.

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Adam Robinson: Support RVAP

For the past 45 years, the Rape Victim Advocacy Program (RVAP) has existed with the core beliefs that everyone deserves to live a life free from sexual violence, and that anyone who has survived sexual violence deserves inclusive access to the kind of support that fits their individual healing process.

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Sarah Hansen: Support RVAP

As long as sexual violence exists, RVAP will be here to help one step at a time.

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Kimmie Andresen-Reed: Support RVAP

For over 4 years I've worked with survivors of sexual violence that identify as LGBTQIA.

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Melissa Shivers: Support RVAP

Every survivor of sexual violence deserves the services of a dedicated community of people that are trained to handle their specific needs.

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Expanding Services for Sexual Assault Survivors

The Rape Victim Advocacy Program (RVAP) was established 45 years ago as part of the civil rights movement to combat the use of gender and sex as weapons of oppression.

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