If you are in immediate crisis, please call 911. If you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted, click here to access information and resources. If you would like to speak to a community advocate you can call DCRCC’s anonymous hotline at any time.
Looking for local resources? Search our referral guide to find information for available service providers quickly. Listings include but are not limited to reproductive health, housing, counseling and legal service providers.Learn More
DCRCC is thrilled to offer online courses and trainings spanning a range of topics—consent, rape culture, historical trauma, mandated reporting, cultural competency, empowerment, and anti oppression to name a few. We welcome the opportunity to learn alongside you. Read through our course catalog to learn more.
Ending sexual violence is a daunting mission. We invite you to share your time and talents with a community of committed advocates. Consider partnering with DCRCC in powering a culture of consent by becoming a volunteer. Read about the pathways to service to learn more.
Grupo de apoyo: Experiencias de curación (Experiences of Healing Group for Spanish Speakers) begins Wednesday, October 7 (held each Wednesday for 16 weeks), 10:30am to 12:30pmMore >>
CIA TrainingMore >>
Executive Director, Sherelle Hessell Gordon discusses healthy relationships, power, and rape culture.Read More
Indira Henard talks about issues of policy, politics, and culture.Read More
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