Watch our FY23 Wrap Up Video

Thank you to our supporters for helping Resilience achieve so much in Fiscal Year 2023! With your help, we served over 1,400 survivors of sexual violence in Chicago. Click here to view our FY23 video and learn more about our reach this past fiscal year. Through all...

Standing Silent Witness on Chicago This Week

Resilience was thrilled to host Standing Silent Witness 2023, our signature SAAM event, on April 28, 2023, at Daley Plaza. In a visual demonstration of the silencing of survivors, participants gather silently for one hour wearing t-shirts with stories and messages...

Thank You for Your Support in FY20

We want to thank you for your support in FY20! With your help, we served over 1,800 survivors, welcomed our inaugural Associate Board, hosted our first virtual Sexual Assault Awareness Month campaign, and introduced remote services. Watch our video below to learn more...

Feeling First Part 2: Listen Now

Resilience Trauma Therapists have created Feeling First, a two-part podcast about creativity and the healing process. You can watch the video below or click here to watch on YouTube....

Erin Walton Interviewed on WGN 2/24/20

Resilience Executive Director Erin Walton was interviewed about Harvey Weinstein’s conviction on WGN on February 24, 2020. Click here to watch the video interview and read the article.

Celebrating Resilience: Jean Cozier

In honor of Resilience’s 45th anniversary and our theme “Celebrating Resilience,” we’re celebrating the people who make #OurResilience possible and telling the stories of some of our biggest supporters. This month we’re celebrating the donors who partner with us to...

Erin Walton Interviewed on WGN

In a video that aired on WGN on July 2, 2019, Executive Director Erin Walton was interviewed about how to talk to kids and summer camp staff about preventing sexual violence. Click here to watch the full interview and read Resilience’s tips.

Sarah Layden Interviewed by CBS

In a video published by CBS on May 21, 2019, Director of Programs and Public Policy Sarah Layden commented on the 6% arrest rate for criminal sexual assault cases, as well as survivors’ experience working with law enforcement.
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