4990 E. State Street
Rockford, Illinois 61108
24 Hours:
(815) 636-9811







Rockford Sexual Assault Counseling (RSAC) therapists aim to provide a safe, non-judgemental and empowering space for survivors to work through the effects of their trauma.


RSAC understands the impact sexual assault can have on a person's life, including those around them. Sexual assault can have a huge impact on the way a person expresses themselves personally and within relationships. Survivors may feel guilt, shame, fear, anxiety, depression and vulnerability after their trauma. It may take years after the trauma event to recognize these feelings. Counseling helps the survivor recognize these feelings, create coping skills, and help adjust to life after sexual assault.


    Survivors who seek out services often receive help with issues such as:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Rape Trauma Syndrome
  • Flashbacks
  • Repeated Thoughts and/or Memories
  • Anxiety/Fear
  • Depression
  • Nightmares
  • Sleep Disturbances
  • Eating Issues
  • Trust & Safety Concerns
  • Relationship Issues
  • Self Esteem


*All therapists are master's level clinicians who have specialized in the treatment of sexual abuse*





Types of Counseling



RSAC offers a wide range of counseling services including individual and group therapy. For children we

offer play therapy and we have a therapist who specializes in adolescent sexual assault/abuse therapy.



Sexual assault survivor groups are facilitated based off of need. Members must be assessed

by an RSAC therapist and attend individual therapy sessions twice a month in order to be considered

for group. If you are interested in group, please contact us to start individual therapy

sessions or talk to your RSAC therapist for more information.


Who Can Receive Counseling?


Counseling is offered to those who have experienced sexual violence of any type, their significant others,

and non-offending family members ages 3-103.


         All services are free. Visit United Way or Illinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault(ICASA) website

to learn more about how to help keep these services free of charge.


RSAC does not discriminate due to race, age, religion, sexual orientation, sex or ability.


Children's Counseling


RSAC offers child centered play therapy and utilizes play therapy aspects such as

sandtray, doll house, art supplies, playdough, and much more.


Therapists are trained in sexual abuse play therapy and are required to seek out continued education.


For more information about play therapy, visit The Association for Play Therapy page "Why Play Therapy?"




One of the RSAC Play Therapy Rooms




To request more information or to schedule an appointment,

contact our 24-Hour line at 815-636-9811.









© 2016 Rockford Area Sexual Assault Counseling, Inc.

4990 E. State Stree,

Rockford, Illinois 61108
(815) 636-9811

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