Speaking Out Against Rape!

How rape affects people


Rape is a very serious issue in the world today. Not only is it a heavy problem, it's frightening to kids, parents, everyone. If you've ever been raped, the first step is to tell somebody. A doctor, teacher, parent, guardian or a person you trust completely. This insures that the person who raped you will get the consequence they deserve. Also, make sure to tell a doctor. This way you can make sure there aren't any complications.

Big image

Contact Information:

Organization Location

Regional Crime Victim Crisis Center

Abilene, TX 79604

Family Crisis Center of Big Bend

Alpine, TX 79831

Family Support Services

Amarillo, TX 79101


Austin, TX 78760

The Crisis Center

Bay City , TX 77404

Rape & Suicide Crisis of Southeast Texas, Inc.

Beaumont , TX 77704

Victim Services of Big Spring, Texas Big

Spring, TX 79721

The Haven Family Shelter of McCulloch County

Brady, TX 76825

Friendship of Women, Inc.

Brownsville, TX 78523

Sexual Assault Resource Center

Bryan, TX 77805

Women's Shelter of South Texas

Corpus Christi, TX 78463

Victim Intervention Program-Parkland

Dallas, TX 75235

Denton County Friends of the Family

Denton, TX 76202

Safe Place, Inc.

Dumas, TX 79029

Eastland County Crisis Center, Inc.

Eastland, TX 76448

Rape Hotline

The Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)

Hotline: 1-800-656-HOPE

-free, confidential, 24 hours/day, service nationwide