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Our Boys Are Hurting Too

Our Boys Are Hurting Too

Think back – thirty years ago, or thirty days ago – when you found out you were having a baby girl or boy. What was the script in your head that you imagined you would say to your little girl so she would be brave and confident?  Did you say something like, “You are...

Enough Already

April is a big month for most (if not all rape crisis centers) across the globe. With the distinction of being both Child Abuse Prevention Month and Sexual Assault Awareness Month, April is a time for us to really bring awareness to the issues we deal with daily.  It...
Pinwheels for Prevention 2021

Pinwheels for Prevention 2021

From Lompoc to Santa Maria to Solvang to Guadalupe, communities came together to raise awareness about child abuse and how the prevention of it needs to take priority. According to statistics, in 2020 over 2,360 total referrals investigated by family occurred in...

NCRCCPC 2019-2020 Community Report

The purpose of our Annual Report is to share with the community the status and growth of The Center. Check out this year’s letter! View the Report

COVID-19 Status Update – The Center is here for you

The Center continues to monitor the COVID-19 Pandemic situation carefully. While our initial response may be altered, we still are available to support survivors of sexual violence via the agency’s 24-Hour Support Line. If you or someone you know needs assistance,...
24-hour Crisis Line

Our 24-Hour Support Line is staffed by trained advocates, in both English and Spanish, and is available for you 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If you would like to speak to an advocate, please dial the number below. 

If you are in immediate danger, please call 911.

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