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Sexual Assault Information

Our program includes:​

  • 24-hour crisis hotline to provide confidential assistance to survivors of sexual assault 

  • Crisis Intervention to support and stabilize sexual assault victims

  • Accompaniment to hospitals, law enforcement offices, prosecutors’ offices and courts

  • Advocacy on behalf of sexual assault survivors with third parties such as schools, employers, etc.

  • Information and Referrals relevant to the survivors needs and situation

  • Assistance with Crime Victims Compensation

  • Assistance with the Texas Victim Information and Notification Everyday (VINE) system

  • Therapy to sexual assault survivors by a Licensed Professional Counselor or a Licensed Professional Counseling Intern

  • Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) Coordination that brings together advocates, prosecution, law enforcement, forensic medical examiners and other key participants to coordinate services to sexual assault survivors

  • Public Education on the dynamics of sexual violence, its causes and consequences, and services available

  • Crisis Intervention, Accompaniment, Advocacy, and Information and Referral are available through the hotline or on a walk-in basis during regular office hours.

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Hunt County Rape Crisis Center is a program of the Crisis Center of Northeast Texas. We provide comprehensive services to all victims of sexual crimes.    

If you are sexually assaulted:

  • Tell someone who will help and support you.
  • Seek medical care
  • If you think you might want to have a sexual assault examination, do your best to preserve evidence by not bathing, eating, drinking or washing your hands. If you believe you were drugged wait to urinate until you arrive at the hospital. 
  • Report the assault to the police if you choose. The sooner you report the assault the better.​ 

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