Connect with a counselor 24/7. Find options for counseling, therapy, support groups, and more. Schedule an appointment.  


Preventing sexual abuse is possible. Learn ways to bring change to our community. Learn more about options for programs.


We all have a role to play when it comes to healing or prevention. We need your help to make our vision real. Find your voice at SARCC.


Attend or sponsor an event, donate to a program, or learn about planned giving options. Your support helps us grow our mission.

Who we are

We offer 24-hour Support. Survivors have a right to healing and support after sexual abuse. Our staff provide services at no-cost to the community, including Counseling, Medical and legal support, Advocacy, Bilingual staff, Licensed therapists, 24/7 Support line, Support groups, Help for all genders and ages. Prevention & Community Education: We all have a role to play in prevention. Build your skills at home, in school, or at work. Contact us to learn more.

Mission & Goals

SARCC’s mission is to prevent sexual violence and promote healing.


SARCC envisions a safe, inclusive, educated community where sexual violence is eliminated.


We believe that survivors have a right to use their voice to seek justice and healing. 


We seek to stop sexual violence before it is committed.


We help people find safe space for healing.


We care deeply for those who hurt and those who seek to understand the hurt.

Social Transformation

We break down barriers and systems of oppression for all.

What's Happening

Community Partners Respond to Recent Arrest of Tamaqua Officer

Along with our community, SARCC, Representatives from the Tamaqua Borough, and the Tamaqua Area...

Healing in the language of the heart

Resource Of the Week: National Interpreter Appreciation Day Did you know that the first Wednesday of...


Mother’s Day

Resource of the week: Breaking Cycles of Generational Trauma  Sunday May 12, many in the United...

What is consent and how does it relate to sexual assault prevention?

Resource Of the Week: Consent – It’s Simple as Tea This week, we’re taking it back to...

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Good morning, On behalf of the State SAPR Officer: Please find attached the April 2024 SAPR...