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Provide support to survivors and help us educate
the community.

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We are here 24 hours a day to help.

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to listen.

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Promoting Primary Prevention
to End Sexual Violence

Learn about sexual violence and how to talk to your children about violence.

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WOAR: Philadelphia’s Only Rape Crisis Center

Women Organized Against Rape is a non-profit organization whose mission is to eliminate sexual violence through specialized treatment services, comprehensive prevention education programs, and advocacy for the rights of survivors of sexual assault.  WOAR provides free counseling for women, men, and children who have experienced sexual violence.

Working Together

Sexual violence is a complex social issue that requires a collaboration of resources, knowledge, and dedication to reduce it.  By working together, we can do it.  Meanwhile, WOAR is committed and ready – 24 hours a day – to serve the needs of survivors, to advocate on their behalf, and to provide life-saving information to our community.

Please explore our website to learn more about sexual violence and WOAR’s array of services for survivors, significant others, and the community at large.

Bridge of Courage Reception & Silent Auction

WOAR Presents: Bridge of Courage 2017

Wednesday, April 19
5:30pm-8pm at The Logan

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If you have recently been sexually assaulted, do your best to remain calm, and know that you are not alone. Click Here For Help.


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Upcoming Events

Apr 19 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm The Logan
Reception & Silent Auction Presenting the Carole Johnson Humanitarian Award To: Retired Captain John Darby Bridge of courage Award Recipients: Loraine Ballard Ronnie Polaneczky Bridge of Courage 2017

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