In a video that aired on CBS 2 on May 3, 2019, Resilience’s Director of Programs and Public Policy Sarah Layden was interviewed about amendments to the Sexual Assault Survivors Emergency Treatment Act (SASETA) that require hospitals to partner with a rape crisis center. Kelley Kitley, owner of Serendipitous Psychtherapy, LLC and Featured Speaker at Resilience’s 2018 Evening of Impact, was interviewed about her story of survivorship and her experience with a Resilience advocate.

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