If You Are Assaulted
About the Center
As Northern Santa Barbara County’s primary resource for victims of sexual violence, victims of domestic and child abuse, crisis support, and resources and training – we are here when you need us.
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Even though we may be teleworking, Center staff still want to offer educational opportunities for all. We will be doing a few videos that will touch on a variety of subjects. Check out our Videos page and share!
Our Mission & Vision
At The Center, we aim to alleviate the trauma experienced by survivors of domestic and sexual abuse.
The purpose of the North County Rape Crisis and Child Protection Center is to reduce the incidence of and vulnerability to sexual assault and child abuse by providing education and prevention skills to community children and adults and to alleviate the trauma experienced by survivors of these crimes by providing direct services.
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News & Announcements
2021 – 2022 COMMUNITY REPORT
A recap of 2021-2022 for the North County Rape Crisis and Child Protection Center plus some exciting news on an upcoming event!
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED – WHAT’S YOUR CALLING?
As an agency that operates on a 24-hour clock, we never stop, because sadly, crime never takes a break. One thing we said early on was that abuse didn’t stop just because a pandemic hit. If anything, it’s gotten worse.
Our Boys Are Hurting Too
Our boys are hurting. Our girls are hurting. In childhood, 1 in 6 boys are sexually abused and 1in 3 girls are sexually abused in childhood. The reality of it is, we cannot address the violence against women and girls unless we also acknowledge and honestly discuss the sexual violence against our boys and men. In a CDC survey in 2015, nearly 4 million men and 5.6 million women had been victims of sexual violence from the previous year. In one year.
North County Rape Crisis & Child Protection Center
511 E Ocean Ave, Lompoc, CA 93436
Santa Maria Office
301 Miller St # 206, Santa Maria, CA 93454
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