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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

Volunteers have the opportunity to contribute to many aspects of the mission. Whether they give a few hours on a one-time basis or make a more regular monthly commitment, volunteers may choose from many options to support survivors of rape and sexual abuse.

 

VOLUNTEER ADVOCATE 

  • Volunteer Advocates provide direct client services.

  • Provide support and resources to survivors via accompaniments at hospitals, police departments, and court.  Must commit to 2 hotline or accompaniment shifts per month to remain active. 


REQUIRED TRAINING 

Volunteer Advocate Training. The required 40-hour Office of Attorney General training course will take place over two full weeks, evenings and weekends required. 

BILINGUAL (English & Spanish) OUTREACH AND TRANSLATION VOLUNTEER  

  • Assist with educating the communities we serve about SARC services.

REQUIRED TRAINING 

Volunteer Advocate Training. The required 40-hour Office of Attorney General training course will take place over two full weeks, evenings and weekends required. Shift commitment may be waived.

SPEAKERS PANEL

  • Do you want to empower others by sharing your story?

  • We invite you to join our Speakers Panel


REQUIRED TRAINING 

Confidentiality training. Public speaking overview.  Option to also become advocate trained if desired which would allow volunteers to further assist by answering the 24/7 hotline during the day and going to help with any daytime medical accompaniments.  

OFFICE SUPPORT 

  • These individuals are critical to helping our organization run smoothly.

  • Office support volunteers maintain a weekly, bi-weekly or monthly schedule during which they assist with operational functions of SARC, for example, creating care packages for clients, and work with confidential files.  
     

REQUIRED TRAINING 

Confidentiality training. Option to also become advocate trained if desired which would allow volunteers to further assist by answering the 24/7 hotline during the day and going to help with any daytime medical accompaniments.

COMMUNITY OUTREACH & EDUCATION 

  • Are you a Texas A&M, Vista or Blinn student? Do you work part-time or from home or have a flexible schedule and can volunteer 6-8 hours a month?

  • Outreach volunteers represent our organization at fairs, schools, workshops, and presentations to spread the word about preventing sexual assault and providing info to the community about our work and impact.

 

REQUIRED TRAINING 

Confidentiality training.  Modified Advocacy Training.  Option to become advocate trained if desired which would allow volunteers to further assist by answering the 24/7 hotline during the day and going to help with any daytime medical accompaniments.

SPECIAL EVENTS 

  • These volunteers help with our big events that happen throughout the year. If you don’t have time to give regularly, this is a great way to stay involved. 

REQUIRED TRAINING 

Confidentiality training.  

*The time commitment for training varies.  

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