24-Hour Crisis Hotline
If you or someone you know has been a victim of crime, THERE IS HELP! Trained Victim Advocates will assist you in understanding and coping with the trauma and the long-term aftermath of victimization. Police reports and citizenship are not requirements for services. All advocacy services are free.
The Rainbow Center has been awarded a Victims of Crime grant that allows us the opportunity to work with victims of crime in marginalized communities. We serve individuals who have been victims of: assault, child physical abuse, DUI/DWI crashes, elder abuse, fraud, hate crimes, identity theft, property crimes, robbery, vehicular assault, homicide/attempted homicide, bullying, human trafficking/exploitation, kidnapping and/or missing person, and other crimes not listed.
Through the grant, we are able to provide our client’s with one-on-one advocacy time with staff, resources and referrals, as well as therapy vouchers for mental health services. We are currently working on extending our outreach efforts in order to get the word out that there is help for LGBTQ individuals who have been victims of crimes. If you or someone you know has been a victim of one or more of the above listed crimes please contact JC at the Rainbow Center for assistance [email protected].