Sexual Violence & Coping Skills
Sexual Violence is a broad term used to define the continuum of acts of violence.
The continuum of sexual violence includes rape, incest, child sexual assault, date and acquaintance rape, statutory rape, marital or partner rape, sexual exploitation, unwanted sexual contact, sexual harassment, exposure, and voyeurism.
Sexual violence is not about sex, but about power and control.
It is never the victim/survivor’s fault.
It is never too late to receive therapy for sexual violence
If you are an adult who has experienced sexual violence please know you are not alone. Our Crisis Advocates and therapists are here to support you whenever you feel ready and will continue to support you throughout your journey.
Please refer to our Adult Services page and Support Services for Parents and Care Givers page for more information on counseling.