This online training provides a framework for Community Health Workers (CHWs) to be part of the solution in responding to sexual violence in their communities. It aims to increase the knowledge, skills and abilities of CHWs, and others, to be part of a coordinated community response for survivors of sexual assault in rural communities and Tribal Nations in Arizona. This training will provide a general overview of sexual violence, prepare CHWs to provide appropriate support to survivors of sexual violence, and provide CHWs with practical strategies, tools and resources to assist them in their role to address sexual violence. This training is primarily intended for rural Community Health Workers, Promotoras and Community Health Representatives, also known as lay health workers. Attendees must attend all sessions to receive a certificate for attending this training. To receive a hard copy of the workbook, you must register by July 2.