People with disabilities are invited to talk about sexual abuse. A trained sexual abuse counselor will be available, and a Comfort Room for people who may need to take a break.

We’ll talk about the facts around sexual abuse.

  • Human body parts
  • Sexual acts
  • How to learn more
  • Sexual abuse
  • What consent is
  • Ways to say NO and Tell
  • What reporting means
  • Your rights
  • Survivors
  • Where, when, and by whom sexual abuse happens

Guests (staff, family members, friends etc.) will be asked to wait outside the meeting space to respect everyone’s privacy and NOVA will be offering another program during this time called Darkness to Light: Stewards of Children. Darkness to Light is a two-hour training to educate, inform and prepare the community to deal with and prevent child sexual abuse.

Register with Kerri Ann by Thursday, October 10, 2019 by email at

If you need accommodations (sign language, braille, CART, etc.) contact The Self Advoacy Power Network for All (SAPNA) by email at or 724-588-2378 by Thursday, October 3, 2019.

Professional self advocates and skilled facilitators develop materials and lead the conversation.
The Self Advocacy Power Network for All (SAPNA) project is funded and approved by the PA Office of Developmental Programs (ODP), Department of Human Services.
SAPNA is managed by Self Advocates United as 1, Inc

  • 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
  • 2370 York Road, Suite B1, Jamison, PA 18929
  • FREE

COVID-19: Important Update on Services

During this difficult time, Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA) staff will be working remotely and will continue to serve clients and the community.
Learn more about how direct services and prevention programs will be provided

Note: If you are in imminent danger or experiencing an emergency, please dial 911