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The Circle of 6 APP

The Circle of 6 APP

Circle of 6 was a first place winner in the White House’s Apps Against Abuse challenge. We encourage people to download this or a similar safety app to have this available on their phones. This tool allows users to instantly and discreetly access their 5 most trustworthy friends should they find themselves in need of help or in an unsafe situation. GPS coordinates and mobile messaging functions give contacts all of the info they need so that that they can jump into action to get help on its way ASAP. Search…

Your Gifts Make a Big Difference!

Your Gifts Make a Big Difference!

With our community’s backing, we have delivered resources and support to tens of thousands of Nevadans in the immediate aftermath and long-term recovery following sexual abuse and assault. Our clients include people of all backgrounds, genders, and ages. Services such as transportation assistance, some of our support groups and counseling, and even the clean set of clothing we give to survivors at the hospital are services made possible from donations from our community are not always covered by grant funding. There are multiple ways to support our mission below.

Counseling

Counseling

The Signs of Hope Counseling Center serves survivors of sexual abuse and assault ages 10 and older. We serve all survivors – any gender, any background, and whether the assault or abuse occurred days or decades ago, regardless of whether the incident was reported to law enforcement. The Signs of Hope Counseling Center is here to help you work through the impact sexual assault is having and has had on your life, and to assist you with the coping and healing process. Learn more about individual and group counseling at…

Crisis Response

Crisis Response

Through our 24-hour hotline (702-366-1640 or 888-366-1640) and hospital accompaniment program, we assure that no victim goes through the aftermath of sexual assault alone. Advocates are there to provide support and basic information to address the questions victims most commonly have. All of our advocacy services, are available around the clock, FREE of charge, and to all victims of sexual assault, as well as members of their support system who may also have questions and concerns. To speak to an advocate now, call our 24-hour hotline (702-366-1640 or 888-366-1640).  To…

Counseling Resources

Counseling Resources

Effects of Sexual Violence – https://www.rainn.org/effects-sexual-violence Trauma and the Brain – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-tcKYx24aA Somatic Mindfulness Exercises for Trauma Survivors – https://psychcentral.com/lib/4-sets-of-somatic-mindfulness-exercises-for-people-who-have-experienced-trauma/ Grounding Techniques – https://healingwellcounseling.com/blog/grounding-techniques/Sexual Violence in the News – Coping Skills for Survivors – https://www.apa.org/helpcenter/sexual-violence-coping

Holistic Healing

Holistic Healing

For more information on programs, please attend support group orientation on Tuesdays at 5:30 pm, or call the office at 702-385-2153. Due to COVID-19 issues, it is best to call before attending any groups or programs, to confirm the current schedule and virtual options.  Weekly Yoga – trauma informed yoga class facilitated by Yoga Haven. Mats provided, no prior experience needed. This class is held on Tuesdays at 4:45 pm and is open to survivors and loved ones.   

Group Support

Group Support

We require individuals interested in any type of support group to first attend an orientation session to assess your individual needs and help determine the best fit for possible support groups or individual counseling. Orientation sessions are conducted by a licensed counselor, and occur every Tuesday evening at 5:30 pm. These sessions are open, and you do not need to RSVP or make an appointment to attend an orientation session.  We currently facilitate the following support groups on a weekly basis: Circle of Hope – Adult, Female Identified Survivors (English)…

Individual Counseling

Individual Counseling

The center serves survivors of sexual abuse and assault ages 3 and older. We serve all survivors – all gender identities, all ages, all races and ethnicities, providing services in English and Spanish. Individuals may receive counseling whether the assault or abuse occurred days or decades ago, and regardless of whether or not the incident was ever reported to law enforcement.  All of our counselors are licensed clinicians and clinical interns, specially trained to work with survivors of sexual violence. Our counselors have various areas of expertise, and populations of…

R.I.S.E. Program

R.I.S.E. Program

The Resources and Integration for Survivor Empowerment (R.I.S.E.) program provides intensive and comprehensive services to victims of all forms of human trafficking and exploitation. Those eligible for services include: Adult women Adult men Minor girls Minor boys Transgender adults and minors Sex trafficking victims Labor trafficking victims Citizens of other countries, documented or undocumented Citizens of the US If you or someone you know are a victim of any form of human trafficking in the Las Vegas area and seeking assistance, please contact the R.I.S.E. program through the National Human…

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