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Announcements

Join us for our largest event of the year! Don’t miss out on an opportunity to help support our free services with a night of old-fashioned bidding at the beautiful Carolina Inn. Our annual gala begins with a reception, silent auction, and live music, followed by a plated dinner featuring bestselling novelist, essayist, and local attorney, Katie Rose Guest Pryal, as our special guest speaker.

OCRCC is excited to announce our new 24-Hour Text and Chat lines! This confidential resource is available for survivors of sexual violence and their loved ones to speak with a trained counselor over mobile text or chat on our website. Anyone can access this line 24/7 by texting (919) 504-5211 or by navigating to our website and clicking here or clicking the chat button at the bottom right side of each page.

Mondays 12:30 – 4 pm
Drop-in crisis counseling is a one-time service for survivors who struggle with everyday tasks and are seeking stabilization, assessment, resources, and immediate support by a trained, mental health professional. This is not a therapy session, but a crisis resource. Drop in or call (919) 967-7273 for more information. This service is free.

Last fiscal year was a year of big changes for the organization, which included the launch of our in-house Clinical Therapy and Wellness program. Learn more about services and community impact in our Annual Report 2017 – 2018.

The Center will be partnering with the incredible folks at Alliance of AIDS Services – Carolina to host free HIV and STI testing at our space on the 2nd Tuesday of every month from 4:30-6:30 pm. 

During our 2017-2018 fiscal year we:

Served 752 survivors, providing support to survivors and their loved ones as well as offering resources for professionals and community members.

Offered 16 support groups and workshops, some in English and some in Spanish. Nearly 100 percent of participants reported that our groups helped them feel less alone in their experience and more supported in their healing process.

Provided Community Education programs to 14,374 youth and adults. In addition to Safe Touch and Start Strong programs in local K-12 schools, the CE team worked more closely than ever with Client Services staff to deliver community-wide education opportunities, bringing customized programs to faith communities, neighborhoods, and families across the county.

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For Additional Information

Please contact us at info@ocrcc.org for more information.