Concho Valley Rape Crisis Center

  • TX

About Us

The Concho Valley Rape Crisis Center (CVRCC) is a nonprofit rape crisis center offering no cost services to victims of sexual assault of any kind, and at any time after the assault, as well as education. We serve Tom Green and 13 surrounding counties.

Mission

Concho Valley Rape Crisis Center is a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to serving victims and families of sexual assault to bring about healing through services and support and strives to end sexual violence through advocacy, collaboration, education and community involvement.

Our vision is to be equally accessible to all persons within the fourteen counties that the Concho Valley Rape Crisis Center serves. It is also to educate the citizens of the Concho Valley community in order to foster sexual violence prevention. It is also to make the most of our community resources that are available within the Concho Valley in order to have a positive impact on our communities.

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.

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 Judy Rippetoe at jrippetoe@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.

Medical/Law Enforcement/Court Accompaniment CVRCC can accompany the survivor to necessary appointments as well as meet the victim at the ER right after a sexual assault has occurred.

Education and Prevention Services Age and developmentally appropriate presentations are available for children, adolescents, teens, young adults, adults and seniors concerning awareness and prevention resource education on a wide range of topics.

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


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