At RCASA, we believe that every survivor – no matter their gender, age, race, religion, income, ability, ethnicity, or sexual orientation – deserves support.
Ultimately, sexual violence is about an offender exerting power and control over someone else; it is never a survivor's fault.
There are short- and long-term effects of sexual violence, and typically, recovery is not linear. No matter where you are, or where your loved one is, in the process,
RCASA is here to help.
By connecting clients to community resources, we help to ensure continuity of care and a successful healing process.
Our goal is for every survivor to receive the support they deserve, both in the immediate crisis and in the long-term.
RCASA's Crisis Hotline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. If you have been impacted by sexual violence, call our confidential hotline number. A trained crisis responder will offer support, answer questions, help develop a safety plan, and inform you of your options.
*RCASA abides by the highest ethical standards regarding confidentiality. All communication with the hotline is strictly confidential to the extent permitted by law. RCASA does not record hotline calls, nor does the agency release any identifying information about a caller, including to law enforcement or service providers, except under strict circumstances. (Please see our FAQ page for details on Mandated Reporting.) RCASA will not confirm that a specific individual has/has not called the hotline unless the caller provides RCASA with their explicit written consent. RCASA will use caller ID in rare circumstances when the caller is in imminent danger and it is necessary to ensure immediate safety of the caller or other person.