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RCASA Volunteer Corner

In Sexual Assault Awareness on June 17, 2012 at 4:56 am

What happens when you talk to a RCASA volunteer if you identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer, and have been sexually assaulted?

The RCASA volunteer you are talking to will believe you.

The RCASA volunteer you are talking to will be respectful of your need for confidentiality.

The RCASA volunteer you are talking to will never make  judgmental comments/jokes.

The RCASA volunteer you are talking to will ask how we can be of assistance rather than giving advice.

The RCASA volunteer you are talking to will respect your decisions every step of the way during this difficult process.

The RCASA volunteer you are talking to will be a good listener.

The RCASA volunteer you are talking to will offer your unconditional support.

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