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Rape Counselors of East Alabama

About this Organization

Rape Counselors of East Alabama strives to provide 24-hour free and confidential services to victims of sexual assault, their families, and friends. RCEA is committed to empowering survivors and eliminating all forms of sexual violence in our community. Through education and awareness, RCEA aims to change the cultural norms that enable sexual assault to proliferate. Their service area includes: Lee, Tallapoosa, Macon, Chambers and Russell county with our office located in Auburn, AL. They welcome survivors of all genders, races, religions, incomes, languages, abilities, ethnicities, and sexual orientations.

Contact Information

Email: rceaoutreach@gmail.com

Office: 334-741-0707

Hotline: 334-705-0510

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3007 Memorial Parkway SW
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Huntsville, AL 35801

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Through the Victims of Crime Act, Thrive Alabama offers free mental health counseling, victim advocacy work if needed through the legal system, psychosocial support, and case management to eligible clients.

Ashakiran

About this Organization

AshaKiran was started to fill a community need and help foreign born individuals experiencing crises in Alabama to overcome barriers such as language, cultural and/or religious stigmas through education and empowerment and providing culturally sensitive services. Our mission has always been to help any foreign born individual dealing with crises, such as domestic violence and sexual assault, by providing specific culturally sensitive servicesbut we were originally limited to focusing on people with South Asian origins. That focus developed out of an initial lack of language resources. AshaKiran was found by volunteers and those dedicated individuals were comfortable providing services in South Asian languages. As the organization grew so did the number of languages we could operate in. We have achieved our mission and are now able to help any foreign born individual.

Through a variety of community and individual based confidential culturally sensitive programs and initiatives, AshaKiran provides a “ray of hope” toward building a more healthy and harmonious community.Throughout the years, AshaKiran has been fortunate to receive donations and support from various community organizations and businesses as well as several grants from state organizations such as the Family Violence Prevention and Services Act (FVPSA), Alabama Council on Developmental Disabilities (ACDD), Victims of Crime Act (VOCA). As a result, AshaKiran has been able to bring on a few new staff and safe home members allowing an increase of services to victims/survivors and in 2015, began expanding its services throughout the state of Alabama providing additional cultural sensitivity trainings and collaborations with state and other non-profit organizations.

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The crisis line number is 800-793-3010

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