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Our confidential services for adult survivors of sexual assault was established to help all survivors and ensure their well-being. Through our Adult Advocacy Program, clients have access to a variety of services during their crisis and healing process

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Advocacy

Our wonderful advocates are ready to offer support during every step taken towards healing and help create connections with the resources necessary to get there.

Learn more about the advocacy services that we offer!

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Crisis intervention

We are always here to provide support. We have a 24/7 helpline run by trained volunteers and staff members that can be reached when survivors need any support and crisis intervention.

If you are in immediate danger, call 911

 
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Trauma-informed therapy

We provide several free, onsite therapy services for survivors and caregivers, to support individuals in the healing process. We offer Parent-Child Interactive Therapy, Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavior Therapy, and Cognitive Processing Therapy.

Learn More about the therapy we provide

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Support Groups

We want to connect survivors with other survivors. Although healing looks different for everyone, it is important to find people who have had similar experiences. It can also a very empowering be surrounded by other survivors in safe environment, facilitated by someone on our team. Ready to join a group? Fill out our Get More Information form!

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Safe location for forensic interviews

We have a safe and non-judgmental space that can be used for forensic interviews. Each interview is conducted by a trained forensic interviewer using the RADAR (Recognizing Abuse Disclosure types and Responding) interviewing protocol, aimed to reduce the number of interviews conducted, increase comfortability, and ensure ethics throughout the investigative process.

Forensic interviews can only be requested by Social Service officials and law enforcement.