At The Rape Crisis Center

Our Mission

The Rape Crisis Center has been serving our community for more than 45 years, with a constant focus on serving all that have been impacted by any form of sexual violence.
With the recent addition of our R.I.S.E. program serving victims of human trafficking, we have added service to those impacted by sex and labor exploitation to our mission.

Our mission is offering hope, help and healing to those affected by sexual violence and exploitation.

Making an impact through the core services of:
• Prevention
• Education
• Advocacy
• Counseling

Our efforts stress service to those affected by sexual violence and exploitation as well as changing attitudes and conversations, leading to changes in behavior in our communities to end the epidemic of sexual violence.

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Hospitality Industry professionals trained to prevent sexual assault
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Students educated to prevent sexual abuse and assault
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More than 30 people weekly participating in support groups
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Individuals receiving counseling each month
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Over 3400 volunteer hours donated
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Counseling hours increased by 36% from 2018

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About The Rape Crisis Center

Founded in 1974 as Community Action Against Rape (CAAR), The Rape Crisis Center (RCC) began as the combined effort of Florence McClure and Sandra Petta, two women living in Las Vegas who were outraged by the lack of resources and respect for those affected by sexual assault. Mrs. McClure originally ran The RCC out of her home, with the goal of helping those in Clark County heal from the trauma of sexual violence.  Her dedication and vision inspire us today, and our goal remains the same, to assure that victims of sexual assault have the support and resources they need to move through the process of healing.

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