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Rape Crisis

Rape Crisis

We are here for you 24 hours a day at (251) 473-7273 or 1-800-718-7273


2017 Sexual Assault Awareness Month Events:


2nd Annual Luncheon

Join us for the 2nd Annual Rape Crisis Center Luncheon on April 20th starting at 11:30 a.m. at Byrne Hall on Spring Hill College Campus. Guest speaker, Becca Stevens, of Thistle Farms will be speaking during lunch. Tickets are $40. Buy online now:


8th Annual Kickball Tournament

Join us for a fun day of 'Kicking Out Sexual Violence' at Sage Park on April 1st starting at 8 a.m. Teams will compete for the coveted 1st place trophy and grand prizes. Teams of 10 - 12 co-ed members cost $25 per person. Sign your team up now here.

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If I call, who will talk to me?

Our 24-hour hotline is answered by trained staff and volunteer advocates of the Rape Crisis program. With each call, the needs of the caller are assessed and appropriate referrals are made. Rape Crisis offers direct services to sexual assault victims and their families 24/7, delivering counseling, support groups, hospital and court presence, advocacy, community education, training for law enforcement, medical and social service personnel.

We are specially trained to handle sexual assault cases, Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE) are available 24 hours a day at USA Children and Women's Hospital in Mobile, AL.

Can I use the services of Rape Crisis long after a rape occurred?

Yes, some survivors of sexual violence go months or years without reporting their rape or seeking medical attention. Individuals often contact Rape Crisis when they decide to seek help in dealing with their assault.

Resources

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