Concho Valley Rape Crisis Center,

Hotline:  (800) 656-HOPE
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Concho Valley Rape Crisis Center

Services

Victim Services
24-hour Crisis Hotline
The hotline provides 24-hour assistance, information and referrals. This service is available to all persons affected by sexual violence regardless of when the incident(s) occurred.

Advocacy
Advocacy means providing assistance on behalf of survivors with third parties, i.e., schools, employers, law enforcement agencies, housing authorities, healthcare professionals, prosecutor's offices, etc.

Individual and Group Support
CVRCC offers support to survivors and their significant others in order to provide help, hope and healing. We can do this on an individual basis or as a support group. For more information contact Heather Hodge at hhodge@cv-rcc.org.

Counseling Services
Counseling services are available with a licensed therapist outside the center and are available to survivors who require additional support services. Available as funding allows.

Information and Referrals
CVRCC will link survivors with other agencies for information and additional services.

Accompaniment Services
CVRCC can accompany the survivor to necessary appointments as well as meet the victim at the ER right after a sexual assault has occurred. Offered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Advocates can accompaniment victims/survivors to law enforcement offices, prosecutor’s office and to court.
Education and Prevention Services

The CVRCC provides public education to increase knowledge of the dynamics of sexual violence, its causes and consequences, and of services available. Public education includes workshops, speaking engagements and distribution of printed materials.

Topics for schools or community education are developed or customized for any program depending on the needs of that group. For more information contact Crystal Garcia-Ward at cward@cv-rcc.org.


LGBT+ Services

The CVRCC offers support services to persons who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender or any orientation/gender other than Heterosexual/Cisgender. We offer a safe space at our office for anyone in the LGBT+ community who needs to meet with someone individually or in a support group. You do not have to be a victim of sexual assault. We also offer education and awareness programs to the LGBT+ community and the general public regarding issues facing this marginalized population. For more information, contact K'Danz Manning at krmanning@cv-rcc.org.

Funding Sources
  • Office of the Attorney General
  • Sexual Assault Services Program - Governor's Office
  • Tom Green County
  • The Eva Tucker Foundation
  • San Angelo Health Foundation
  • Victims of Crime Act - Governor's Office
Concho Valley Rape Crisis Center
36 W. Beauregard, Ste. B-100
San Angelo, TX 76903
Phone: (325) 655-2000
Fax: (325) 655-6439
Hotline: (325) 658-8888
Toll-Free Hotline: (800) 656-4673
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