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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

You are worth it 

resources you can use

Websites

  • 1in6: If you’re a man who has experienced sexual abuse or assault, you’re not alone.

  • TAASAThe Texas Association Against Sexual Assault is committed to ending sexual violence in Texas through education, prevention, and advocacy.

  • RAINN: RAINN is the nation’s largest anti-sexual violence organization.

  • Me Too Movement:  The #me too movement supports survivors of sexual violence and their allies by connecting survivors to resources, offering community organizing resources, pursuing a ‘me too’ policy platform, and gathering sexual violence researchers and research."

Books 

APPS

OAK offers meditation, breathing, and sleeping guided exercises and more.​

Headspace offers meditation, breathing, and sleeping guided exercises and more.

Pacifica offers daily tools for stress, anxiety, and depression alongside a supportive community. Based on cognitive behavioral therapy & mindfulness meditation..

Moodtrack offers a social diary, Mood Tracking Graph & Journal.

Videos 

  • Meet the Survivors by RAINN: "You gotta believe that what happened to you wasn’t your fault. And then you can make that transition to being a survivor."  View Keith's story

  • Meet the Survivors by RAINN: "I really just wanted somebody to listen and be like, “Hey, that’s not crazy that you feel that way. Like, that’s just part of healing and it’s going to be okay.”  View Samentha's story.

  • Meet the Survivors by RAINN: "That kind of painful memory and something that your body has gone through–the more you hold it in, the more it poisons you. View Lucy's story.

  • How I help sexual assault survivors feel like they're not on trial

 

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