Join RSAC at the Ballpark Ale Fest on
Saturday, June 4th
from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
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Rockford Sexual Assault Counseling, Inc. recruits volunteers to provide advocacy for victims of sexual assault or abuse and their families. Volunteers play an important role in helping victims feel they are not alone and not to blame for the assault or abuse.
Our agency provides a 40 hour training session for all volunteers. The topics discussed will include, but are not limited to: basic advocacy techniques, the Illinois Criminal Sexual Assault Law, medical care of the victim, crisis intervention, child sexual abuse, and community resources.
Volunteers providing advocacy play a crucial role in providing crisis intervention services to victims of assault or abuse.
Please call 815-636-9811 for more information.
All volunteers must be:
For more information, please call or email us to request a volunteer packet.
- At least 18 years old
- Available for on call two weekday evenings a month or one weekend day a month
- Have reliable transportation
- Have a phone
Click here for our upcoming volunteer training class schedule!
For Immediate Release
Rockford Sexual Assault Counseling received a $5000 grant from the Rockford Memorial Development Foundation for the Medical Advocacy program. The Medical Advocacy program provides 24-hour, 365 days a year hospital response and advocacy to child and adult survivors of sexual assault and abuse.
Rockford Sexual Assault Counseling (RSAC) provides
24-hour crisis intervention, counseling services and advocacy support for survivors of sexual assault and sexual abuse, ages 3-adult, and their significant others in Winnebago, Boone and Ogle Counties. RSAC also offers prevention education programming and professional training in Winnebago, Boone and Ogle counties in Illinois.
Make A Donation
All of the services that are offered by RSAC are supported entirely through grants and from generous donations from the our community. Donations made to RSAC will ensure that we can continue to provide the high-quality and much needed services to the Northern Illinois community.
Please click here to make an online donation.
Make A Difference In Someone's Life
Rockford Sexual Assault Counseling is currently recruiting volunteers to provide advocacy for victims of sexual assault or abuse, and their families. You will play an important role in helping victims feel they are not alone and not to blame for the assault.
What are sexual assault and abuse?
Sexual assault is any type of sexual activity that is unwanted, by someone to whom you have not given your consent. A sexual assault may include the use of physical force, threats or intimidation. Sexual assault is a crime.
RSAC (Ogle County)
1201 S. Seventh St.
Rochelle, Illinois 61068
RSAC (Boone County)
860 Biester Dr.
Belvidere, IL 61008