Anyone impacted by sexual violence, including men, women and children ages three and above, and their non-offending friends and family members
Who We Are
To be a national leader providing excellent care for those impacted by sexual violence through crisis intervention, counseling and prevention education.
We are recognized as the national leader in ending sexual violence.
Who We Serve
What We Do
We help to ensure a responsive medical community, sensitive law enforcement and an active prosecution system. We offer a continuum of care- from intervention to prevention and advocacy, including wrap-around resources.
We provide free and confidential counseling, 24-hour crisis intervention support and a prevention education program that promotes healthy relationships and advances social change. We not only create awareness through presentations, but also through events, campaigns and dynamic partnerships and collaborations.
Why it Matters
We envision a world free from sexual violence where equity in relationships and social inclusion are the norm. We are passionately driven to make that vision a reality and know our work is not finished until we have created a safe, healthy and equitable San Antonio for all.
- Trauma-Informed Care
- Client-Centered Approach
- Primary Prevention Framework
- Survivor Empowerment
- Inclusion and Acceptance
Deana FranksInterim Executive Director
Jennifer TristanDirector of Education and Training
Carmen VasquezClinical Director
Stacey SchwabVolunteer Director
Grace EstradaClient Services Manager
Craig CollinsDirector of Information Technology
Board of Trustees
Jiletta Kubena, MA, PhD
Our Lady of the Lake University
Sanam Ali, CPA
Mark J. Samas, CPA
Weilbacher & Associates, P.C.
Dianna Carmenaty, MPA, PhD
Catalyst for Change
Brittany M. Weil
Curl Stahl Geis, PC
United States Air Force
Cesar Garcia Law Firm
Phyllis Viagran, CTA
Visit San Antonio