Advocate Training

SASSMM offers training to community members who are interested in becoming advocates on our 24-hour support line.  The training is also open to individuals looking for information about sexual violence who may not be able to commit to becoming an advocate. Support line advocate training covers topics such as childhood sexual abuse, sexual assault and rape trauma syndrome, the medical and legal processes and advocacy skills to name a few.  This training opportunity is provided multiple times throughout the year at various locations in SASSMM’s service area.

Safe Space training at Bowdoin College

Bowdoin College students participating in SAFE SPACE, an on-campus sexual assault prevention and awareness group, go through a 30-hour training facilitated by SASSMM. Residential Life staff at Bowdoin College also take part in the training.

Learning Center

SASSMM has worked with the Learning Center to conduct classes on personal safety, risk reduction, and assertiveness training. The Learning Center, a project of the Independence Association, is a volunteer-based program that provides opportunities for learning, growth, and self-fulfillment to individuals with disabilities through classes, activities, mentoring, and community integration.

Project Internet: Exploration and Safety

SASSMM offers this specialized workshop to help parents and other community members learn more about Internet Safety and how to use popular online websites and services. Information and resources are given for all types of internet users and include information for protecting children and adults while navigating the worldwide web. For more information, contact

Internet Safety Online Resources for Adults, Parents and Children

Internet Safety Tip Sheet


School Policy and Staff Development

SASSMM can offer resources in school policy development around sexual harassment and sexual violence and help to train school staff to recognize and handle these issues.

Curriculum Development

SASSMM can assist schools in developing prevention curriculums that reflect the Maine Department of Education’s “Learning Results”.

Peer Education Program

SASSMM delivers a team of trained, mixed-gender, young adult “Peer Educators” to schools to discuss sexual violence issues with students, using interactive theatre, role-playing, and other exercises. The Peer Educators have twice presented at the State Peer Helper Conference and have visited middle and high schools from Brunswick to Waldoboro.  All of SASSMM’s in-school programs can be designed based on your needs, audience, and time frame.

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2017 SASSMM Ladies’ Open Golf Tournament

The 16th Annual SASSMM Ladies’ Open Golf Tournament will take place on Thursday, June 29, 2017 this year at the Brunswick Golf Club!   REGISTER HERE!   Registration/Continental Breakfast –

Silent Auction Items and Raffle Ticket Info

See below for a full list of our auction items that will be available to bid on at our 14th Annual Gala and Silent Auction on Saturday, March 18th, 2017!

2017 Gala and Silent Auction

Information on our upcoming 14th Annual Gala and Silent Auction! Please join us on Saturday, March 18, 2017.