RAPE CRISIS AND SEXUAL ASSAULT SERVICES
How you can help
IF YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW HAS BEEN SEXUALLY ASSAULTED
WAYS TO START HEALING
You do not have to do this alone. We are here to help and support you through the healing process. All of our services are completely confidential and free.
Emergency Room accompaniment. Our advocates can answer questions, walk you through the process of the medical exam, and offer emotional support. For scheduling counseling or if you need to speak to someone immediately, RCSAS provides a 24-hour crisis line with staff or trained volunteers available 7 days a week. 706-724-5200
Counseling is an open, non-judgmental, and safe space to work through problems or challenges.
Rape Crisis offers free, confidential counseling services to survivors of sexual assault and their families, regardless of how long ago the abuse occurred or whether or not it was reported.
virtual support groups
Support groups are a good way for survivors of sexual violence, and their families to gain support and talk about their experiences and difficulties associated with sexual violence. If you are interested in joining either of our virtual support groups:
Survivors of Sexual Assault
Families of Survivors
ways to advocate
BECOME A VOLUNTEER
We offer a new, self paced volunteer ciriculum that allows interested comunity members to help us join the fight to end sexual violence.
We are a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization. Our organization offers all services at no charge for victims or their families. Your donations go directly to those we serve. Additionally, any contribution is tax deductible.
RCSAS offers evidence based prevention education programs to children, adolescents and adults each year. Our goal is to stop sexual violence before it happens, reaching those audiences most at risk, reduce the stigmas associated with these crimes and expand the community's understanding of these issues.
TRAINING FOR PROFESSIONALs
RCSAS provides training for professionals in nursing (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners), healthcare, law enforcement and first responders, military, social service, mental health and addiction professionals, educators, parents and parent groups, and members of the faith community.