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Brazos Valley Sexual Assault Resource Center

P.O. Box 3082

Bryan, TX 77805

979-731-1000

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The Brazos County Rape Crisis Center, Inc. d/b/a the Sexual Assault Resource Center is a 501c(3) non-profit organization, which began operations in 1983. This Center assists everyone regardless of gender, sexual orientation, race, ability, age, national origin, or religion. This Center complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act and will provide reasonable accommodations upon request to people with disabilities.  

© 2019 by the Sexual Assault Resource Center

 

Sexual violence can be stopped. Hundreds of schools, organizations, and institutions work with SARC to bring sexual violence prevention training and programs to their community.  You can be a part of this movement to end sexual violence and make your community a safer space.  SARC Education and Outreach Services (EOS) provides workshops and training to schools in all 7 counties, college campus, police, juvenile correctional facilities, businesses, community centers, professional organizations, medical personnel, community-based organizations, and religious centers. 

 

EOS staff, facilitators or SARC partner specialist are available to conduct workshops and presentations in  Brazos, Brazos, Burleson, Robertson, Grimes, Leon, Madison, and Washington counties. 

 


PRESENTATIONS OFFERED

​​Bystander Intervention 

Prevent sexual violence before it happens. Discussion and activities use an evidence-based approach to address why some people do or do not feel comfortable intervening. 

Crisis Intervention and Self Care

Develop skills for supporting those in crisis situations and the resources that are available for them. 

 

SARC Programs and Services

Open to anyone and gives an overview of SARC services. Training can be provided in English or Spanish.

Human Trafficking

Provides an overview of human trafficking. Training can be provided in English or Spanish.

YOUTH K-12 

Healthy or Unhealthy Relationships? 
Discuss and understand the importance of healthy and unhealthy relationships.

Social Media and Sexuality

Discussion on social media and sexuality and how to stay safe online. 

Teen Dating Violence

Provides information and an overview of teen dating violence and how to spot red flags 

in relationships. 

 

Consent on Campus

Help young people develop a fuller understanding of sexual consent within a relationship. 

TRAINING OFFERED

Counseling and Coping Skills
Clinical introductory training for anyone interested in developing basic crisis counseling skills and interventions specific to sexual violence.

EOS staff can also work with you to develop a custom workshop, training, seminar, or presentation on any topic relating to sexual violence. Please contact us using the form on this page, via email (reachingout@sarcbv.org) or call 979-731-100 to discuss specific needs for your organization and group.  

 

 

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