Serving Survivors of Crime & Abuse
Our REACH Center provides a 24-hour helpline for survivors of abuse and sexual assault. Our trained teams provide crisis counseling via phone and accompaniments for medical emergencies.
Advocates are available to meet with survivors to provide guidance, emotional support, and coordination of services. They are your bridge to support, working with agencies to help and to provide accompaniments for legal, medical and other necessary appointments.
Assistance is Available
Our REACH Center is here to help
How we help support
We help survivors through guidance and emotional support
REACH supports survivors of sexual assault, human trafficking, sexual exploitation, and abuse. In the cases involving child abuse, our Child Advocacy Center will take the reins to provide support.
For all cases, survivors of assault, abuse, neglect, or violence need emotional support and help navigating a complex legal system. We're that support.
What we can help with
We help with all forms of abuse and violence, providing a coordination of services to work through the traumatic experience.
Legal support and advocacy
Medical support and accompaniment
Linkage to shelter resources
Creating a safety plan
Sexual exploitation & human trafficking support
Learn about assault, abuse, & child advocacy
Volunteer at the REACH Center
Make a difference, learn crisis prevention & counseling skills, and do something meaningful!
Volunteers with the REACH Center have the opportunity to learn from a FREE 30-hour intensive training program that teaches advocates about advocacy/counseling, the realities and impact of victimizations, procedures for common advocacy situations, techniques to support recovery, and compassion fatigue and self-care.
You'll have the opportunity to learn and grow alongside staff and assist with our 24-hour helpline, accompany victims to the hospital or police stations, provide support and advocate for survivors' rights in medical and legal settings.