Sexual Assault Resources
The Peace Corps is firmly committed to reducing risks for Volunteers and responding effectively and compassionately to those who are victims of crime, including sexual assault. Below are some resources available:
- Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program (peacecorps.gov)
- Office of Victim Advocacy (peacecorps.gov)
- FAQs (peacecorps.gov
Mental Health Resources
The Peace Corps is firmly committed to reducing risks and promoting emotional wellbeing for Volunteers by providing appropriate healthcare services, including mental health.
- STATEMENT ON PEACE CORPS VOLUNTEER SERVICES, MENTAL HEALTH, AND EMOTIONAL WELLBEING
- Medical Care During Service (peacecorps.gov)
- FAQs (peacecorps.gov)
Navigating Identities Across Cultures
The Peace Corps seeks to reflect the rich diversity of the United States and to bring diverse perspectives to our global work to make hands-on, lasting impact alongside local counterparts and communities. Peace Corps is committed to promoting and intercultural competence, diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility (ICDEIA).