Who We Serve?
Anyone impacted by sexual violence, including men, women and children, and their non-offending friends and family members.
What We Do?
We support and empower survivors and educate the community to end sexual violence.
Why it Matters?
We believe everyone deserves to feel safe and respected. When communities are grounded in the values of equity and inclusion, individuals are able to reach their fullest potential, social networks flourish, and whole populations thrive in a safe and healthy environment.
"Healing does not mean the damage never existed; it means that the damage no longer controls our lives."
Trained staff and volunteers answer calls around the clock to answer questions, help during a crisis, or simply provide support.
Specialized trauma-focused, evidence-based mental health services are offered to the victim and family to help them cope with the trauma and assist them through the healing process.
Advocates are available to accompany victims to the hospital following a crisis. Advocates are there for support and to provide victims with information about available services and resources.
For one reason or another, many victims find themselves negotiating our legal system at some point after their assault. You don’t have to do it alone. FRC advocates can be there to provide guidance and moral support through part or all of the process.
We bring information and resources about sexual violence to the community, from teenagers to social work students to police officers and more.
Sexual violence can have psychological, emotional, and physical effects on a survivor. These effects aren’t always easy to deal with, but with the right help and support they can be managed.
Learning more can help you find the best form of care to begin the healing process.