Who We Serve

Who We Serve

We serve people of all backgrounds who have been affected by sexual violence. We serve survivors of sexual assault, whether the assault happened today or 50 years ago. We serve survivors, their family members, and their support systems. We serve families, couples, individuals, friends, and more. Sexual violence affects whole networks of people.

We serve people regardless of the perceived severity of their assault. All sexual assault is violence. We have staff and resources to help everyone, so please do not refrain from reaching out just because you think another survivor may have it worse than you.

We have clients of all genders, races, sexual orientations, abilities, socioeconomic levels, ages, incomes, nationalities, immigration statuses, ethnicities, neurotypes, gender expressions, etc. We do not want your identity to be a barrier to accessing services — not ours nor other agencies’.

We serve all residents of Sonoma County, regardless of where you were assaulted. We also serve anyone who was assaulted in Sonoma County. Even if you have no relation to Sonoma County, we will do our best to refer you to the appropriate rape crisis center or another resource in a different area of the state, country, or world.

Residents of Petaluma can come speak with an advocate at our Santa Rosa office, our office at the Family Justice Center, OR the Petaluma Police Department. Residents of all other cities and towns should come to our Santa Rosa office or the Family Justice Center.

Therapy services are currently offered at our Santa Rosa office, the Family Justice Center, and La Luz Center in the Sonoma Valley.

Anyone can always call our Crisis Line at (707) 545-7273 at any time, day or night. We always have at least two people able to take your calls. No problem is too big or too small to speak with an advocate about over the phone, and you can remain anonymous if you need to.