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ACASA serves as your representative with legislators, state agencies, and other decision-makers by drafting, reviewing, and supporting policies that provide funding for services for victims of sexual violence and encourage systemic change to aid survivors and those who serve them. 

Benefits of being a member include: 

On the Phone


  • Notification of upcoming trainings produced by ACASA and other organizations

  • Notification of special events produced by ACASA and other organizations

Making Notes

Full Access

  • Access up-to-date information regarding sexual assault and related issues

  • Access to resources and materials obtained and produced by ACASA

Colleagues Working Together


  • The opportunity to serve on statewide committees

  • Free training opportunities with professionals in the field 

Smiling for the Camera


  • Satisfaction in knowing your participation is helping survivors of sexual violence and is increasing community awareness 

"We don't have to do all of it alone. We were never meant to."

Brene' Brown

Membership Pricing Levels



Organizational Membership


By Mail

Make checks payable to ACASA.

300 W. Capitol Ave, Ste 200

Little Rock, AR, 72201


Pay membership fees

Over the Phone

For questions or concerns

Tel: 501.246.3276

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