Client Advocacy

Supporting survivors through continuity of care.

Ways We Help:

Hospital Accompaniment

Law enforcement/court accompaniment

Application and enrollment assistance (Crime Victim’s Compensation, Address Confidentiality Program, Medicaid, Food Stamps, etc.)

Essential Needs Program


Our trained advocates connect clients to resources and services through a continuous, streamlined support process. From shelter and housing to employment and legal assistance, we ensure the needs of survivors and their families are met. Our advocacy services can be accessed at any point after an incident of sexual violence, from immediate crisis support and hospital accompaniment to navigating legal and judicial systems. If you or someone you know has been impacted by sexual violence, you can request one of our advocates at any time.

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Most Common Referrals

Legal Assistance

To provide access to low-cost or free legal information, advice or representation.

Housing/Utilities Assistance

To find shelter, help with bills (rent, mortgage, gas, electric, phone, water, etc.) or break lease.


For access to direct food services provided by food pantries, food banks, etc.

Specialized Counseling

For specialized counseling services outside of our scope (i.e. substance abuse care).

Follow-up Medical Care

To monitor health through regular physical exams and/or medical tests by a doctor.

Inpatient Care

For those in need of a diagnosis or treatment that requires an overnight stay at a hospital.

Request an Advocate
To request an advocate or get more info, call us:
(210) 521-7273

Walk-In Crisis Services are available during office hours.

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday
8 am - 5 pm

You can reach us 24/7 at  (210) 349-7273 or use the Online Chat.

We’re here to help, and your safety is our priority. All calls and chats are answered by a trained advocate and are completely anonymous and confidential. Everyone is welcome to call or chat—not only survivors, but also their friends and family, as well as anyone with a question about sexual assault or how to support a survivor in their own lives.

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