GWINNETT SEXUAL ASSAULT CENTER INC
Rating: 5 stars 1 reviews
Issues: Mental Health, Crime & Law
Location: PO Box 1329 Duluth GA 30096 USA
Mission: GSAC-CAC provides medical and psychological support as well as legal advocacy to persons victimized by sexual assault and child sexual abuse. We also provide the community with educational and prevention programs. GSAC-CAC treats all with respect and dignity in a safe, caring environment.
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I began my involvement with the Gwinnett Sexual Assault Center & Children's Advocacy Center in 1992 as a crisis volunteer. I have seen the value of GSAC-CAC's services to victims of sexual assault and molestation over the years. Spouses, parents, siblings, and friends receive support in how to best support the victim and adjust post-assault. The forensic evidence collected at the Center helps to bring justice to the perpetrators. The Support Groups are invaluable to victims who strive to move from victim to survivor to thriver. Crimes of a sexual nature are uncomfortable for people to talk about, much less seek help. I'm glad that GSAC-CAC is here for the community.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
the faces of rape victims and parents of children who have been molested. Their shock and fear and grief are met with kindness, compassion, and helpful practical advice by the staff and trained volunteers. No one expects this could happen to them.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
quite simply angels walking among us. They are available 24/7/365 and always put the clients first. They are professional, compassionate, and maintain confidentiality.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
build a state-of-the-art facility that provide more counseling, support groups, & public awareness. It could expand its partnerships with other nonprofits to support victims with legal, employment, and housing issues that result from the sex crimes.
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About every month
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