24-Hour Helplines

Our three helplines operate 24 hours a day, every day of the year, whether it’s to answer questions, share information about our services, or just to talk.  You can call us immediately after the experience, weeks, or even years later.

24-Hour Helplines

Our three helplines operate 24 hours a day, every day of the year, whether it’s to answer questions, share information about our services, or just to talk.  You can call us immediately after the experience, weeks, or even years later.

What To Expect When You Call the Helpline

You will speak directly to a staff member.

You will speak to an answering service. They will ask for your first name and phone number.

The answering service will notify the on-call Advocate who will call you back within 15 minutes.

It’s okay if you don’t want to leave your name, as long as you pick up the phone when the Advocate calls you back.

Si no habla inglés, aún puede llamar a la línea de ayuda.

If you don't speak English, you can still call the helpline

Who should call our helpline?

We support survivors of all types of sexual violence, such as rape, assault, harassment, stalking, sex trafficking, incest, and child sexual abuse. We are also available to talk to those who feel negatively impacted by a sexual experience. Our services are available to all members of the community regardless of race, socioeconomic class, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, religion, disability, age, language, national origin, and immigration status.

Our Services for Children and Adolescents:
The OCRCC serves minors who are 13-17 years old. The following exceptions apply:
– If a minor tells us directly or if we suspect that they or another minor is being harmed, we may be required by law to report this to the authorities.
– We cannot offer ongoing services to minors without parental consent.

For Additional Information

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