For 33 years, thousands of people have called our 24-hour hotline for crisis services and we’ve reached hundreds of thousands through our education, outreach and awareness campaigns. The Brazos Valley continues to support survivors of sexual violence in our own communities whether the trauma occurred days, weeks, or years ago; however we depend on you – now more than ever. 

The Sexual Assault Resource Center looks to donors and supporters, like you, to help end sexual violence across the Brazos Valley. In the words of our partners at Peace Over Violence, “it’s so important to remember what we stand for, who we stand with and who we stand up for.”

Will you stand with us to end sexual violence in our communities?

Who Can Call?
When Should I Call?
Why Should I Call?
What Should I Do?
Survivors of sexual assault whether stranger or non-stranger / sexual abuse (no matter how soon or long ago the abuse occurred) / and their families and friends.
Our hotline is available 24 hours a day for information on or to request any of our offered services. If you've been recently assaulted / abused, please call as soon as you can. 

Call us if you are in need of crisis support, someone to talk to, counseling, community outreach  regarding sexual assault / abuse, information and referral, or legal / hospital accompaniment.

If your assault / abuse is recent, please see our resources for Crisis Intervention.
No appointment necessary for immediate face-to-face crisis intervention and advocacy services.  Call the 24-hours crisis hotline at (979-731-1000) for more information.

You are not alone

The Sexual Assault Resource Center provides support and assistance to those affected by sexual violence in the Brazos Valley through 24-hour crisis services, advocacy, empowerment, prevention education and community collaboration.

Formerly known as the Rape Crisis Center, Brazos Valley, the Sexual Assault Resource Center (SARC) has been providing free and confidential services to the Brazos Valley since 1983. Our organization is dedicated to helping anyone affected by sexual violence.

Hearing impaired
For callers that are deaf, hard-of-hearing, deaf-blind or speech-disabled you may access our hotline by calling Relay Texas at 7-1-1 or 1-877-826-1789 to utilize their Voice Carry Over program. Learn more about Relay Texas by visiting their website at

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As a non-profit, SARC is always seeking support, whether financial or personal. Please consider making a tax deductible donation through PayPal or you can mail a check to SARC at P.O. Box 3082, Bryan, TX 77805.  A donation of your time is always appreciated and can start by volunteering to help our center and our survivors. 
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