For Singer Jess Klein, the Power of the Voice Benefit Concert is Just Another Way to Give Back to OCRCC

May 21st, 2019 (No Comments)

Hillsborough singer-songwriter Jess Klein has a voice that Mojo magazine calls “one of those voices you want to crawl up close to the speakers to listen to.”   Fresh off of a 4-week tour through England and Ireland, Jess returns to North Carolina to perform at the Orange County Rape Crisis Center’s first annual “Power of […]

Get to Know Our Director of Clinical and Wellness Services, Sabrina Calle-Bunyi

May 14th, 2019 (No Comments)

  Sabrina Calle-Bunyi  is the Director of Clinical and Wellness Services at OCRCC.  Sabrina oversees our therapy program, support groups, and workshops.  As a licensed mental health professional, she is also one of our therapists, providing therapy to survivors and secondary survivors in both Spanish and English. These services are free and can include up […]

Incarcerated Survivors of Sexual Assault Face Retraumatization and Barriers to Healing

May 13th, 2019 (No Comments)

On April 23rd, we hosted a letter writing event directed to incarcerated survivors of sexual violence here at the OCRCC office. It was an evening to hold and care for survivors who, due to the combined tragedies of incarceration and sexual violence, could not be in the room with us. Noname’s music underscored conversations about […]

Cardinal Track Club Donates $9,400 to Benefit Sexual Violence Prevention Education

May 2nd, 2019 (No Comments)

One in four girls and 1 in six boys will be sexually violated before they turn 18. As many as 93% of victims under the age of 18 know their abuser. That’s why prevention education to children is a critical part of the Orange County Rape Crisis Center’s work.  Our SafeTouch and StartStrong programs teach […]

Celebrating Our New Space and 45th Anniversary

April 11th, 2019 (No Comments)

Thank you to everyone who attended our Open House/45th Anniversary event on March 22. We were so happy to see so many elected officials, volunteers, donors, board members and other supporters in attendance. It is thanks in large part to all of your support that we were able to move to a larger office with […]

5 Tips for Talking to Your Children About Their Bodies and Consent

April 9th, 2019 (No Comments)

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Nationally, 1 in 4 girls and 1 in 6 boys will be sexually abused before they turn 18.  The Orange County Rape Crisis Center regularly provides prevention education at schools Orange County through the Safe Touch program.  In addition to classroom education, there are things that adults can do […]

OCRCC Statement on ICE Raids in NC

February 17th, 2019 (No Comments)

The OCRCC mourns and condemns the sudden and violent removal of over 225 North Carolinians from their homes and families by agents of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) over the past week. Day after day we wake to the horrifying news that our neighbors have been snatched from their children’s hands while walking them to […]

Surviving Sexual Violence in the Media

November 18th, 2018 (No Comments)

In times like these, it can be extremely difficult to tune out the onslaught of conversations about sexual violence. People are posting about it online and talking about it in person nonstop. For survivors of sexual violence, hearing people talk about it all the time can be exhausting and, in some cases, triggering. There’s no […]

Una nota de nuestro Director Ejecutivo: Hacer que #MeToo Cuente

October 5th, 2018 (No Comments)

Estos últimos días han sido pesados para quienes cuidamos a sobrevivientes de violencia sexual, y más aún para los miles de sobrevivientes en nuestra propia comunidad. Las líneas de ayuda de asalto sexual en todo el estado han visto un aumento en las llamadas de los sobrevivientes de todos los géneros que buscan apoyo en […]

A Note from Our Executive Director: Making #MeToo Count

October 1st, 2018 (No Comments)

These past few days have been heavy for those of us who care for sexual violence survivors- and even more so for the thousands of survivors in our own community. Sexual assault helplines across the state have seen an uptick in calls from survivors of all genders seeking support in their journey towards healing. Some […]

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