Volunteer advocates and staff provide crisis intervention and support to survivors, their families and other community members concerned about sexual assault. Calls are taken 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Collect calls are accepted.
Volunteer advocates and staff respond 24 hours a day to Racine and Burlington hospitals to meet with survivors and families to provide emotional support and information.
Short and long term therapy is provided by masters level counselors to individuals, couples and families who have been affected by sexual violence. Therapy is provided in both English and Spanish.
SAS provides support groups for survivors of sexual assault and their support people. All groups are confidential.
SAS provides support and information throughout the legal process. Staff can accompany survivors and their families to court as well as attend hearings that survivors and their families cannot or wish not to attend.
A SAS Family Advocate provides support, information and advocacy to the children and families served at the Racine County Child Advocacy Center.
The SAS Bilingual Outreach Advocate provides personal, medical, family and legal advocacy, as well as outreach services for Spanish speaking sexual assault survivors and their family members. SAS also operates a warmline for Spanish speaking individuals available during normal business days Monday through Friday from 8am-5pm at (262) 424-3134.
SAS provides referrals to community resources serving survivors and their families.
SAS provides educational programs and information for community organizations, businesses, schools, agencies and government agencies. SAS also helps organize community awareness events and informational displays.