•24 Hour Crisis Hotline with staff or trained volunteers available seven days a week
•Advocacy and Crisis Intervention for survivors at the hospital, law enforcement or court
•Information and Referral to community resources
•Therapy and Support Groups with a licensed counselor
•Sexual Assault Prevention Education Programs for all ages
•Community Education Programs
•Training for Professional
•Promotion of Survivor's Rights to know and choose possible courses of action
WELCOME, WE ARE GLAD THAT YOU ARE HERE
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Rape Crisis & Sexual Assault Services, through its staff and trained volunteer advocates, provides quality, efficient, and culturally competent crisis intervention, advocacy, therapy and prevention education to children, women, and men.
Rape Crisis has provided services at no cost to survivors of sexual violence in thanks to its public, private, corporate, and individual donors.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
In 2017, the Sexual Assault Kit Victim Notification Portal was created to assist survivors of sexual assault who believe their sexual assault kit may not have been previously tested. Survivors can visit notify.svrga.org to communicate their preferences regarding notification of reopened investigations and prosecutions.
BECOME A VOLUNTEER
We are always searching for volunteers that are committed to the mission of RCSAS. Volunteers are required to do volunteer training before working with victims to ensure the most comprehensive care possible. If you would like to learn more, please email email@example.com or call (706) 724-5200.
WHO WE ARE
Building a Community Free of Sexual Violence
HOW WE CAN HELP
Since 1975, Rape Crisis & Sexual Assault Services has provided quality, efficient and culturally competent crisis intervention, advocacy, therapy, and prevention education to children, women, and men of the greater Augusta community.
As a department of University Hospital, RCSAS provides help at no cost for survivors of sexual assault and child abuse and their families regardless of how long ago the abuse occurred or whether it was reported or not.