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Collins Center

 
$1,105.00 contributions
13 donors

Raised: $1105Remaining: $3895



The Collins Center is a sexual assault response and advocacy organization that serves Rockingham County and the City of Harrisonburg. For nearly thirty years, the Collins Center has offered support to victims, survivors, and their family members through its many programs and services, including sexual assault crisis support and advocacy, prevention and education, and trauma-informed counseling. The agency's nationally accredited Child Advocacy Center (CAC) works collaboratively with community partners to provide a proactive and thorough response to child victims of abuse and their caregivers. 

Your generous donation in any amount supports the ongoing services offered by the Collins Center. 

$35 supports a survivor attending a full day retreat in partnership with our Safe Church Program. The retreat aims to provide a space of healing, connection, and empowerment.

$75 supports our crisis response and transportation fund, bolstering our 24-hour services to children, women, and men in immediate need of assistance.

$150 supports training for our community's Multidisciplinary and Sexual Assault Response Teams, which meet regularly to ensure the best delivery of services to victims of sexual violence. These groups include local Law Enforcement, Department of Social Services, the Office of the Commonwealth Attorney and Victim/Witness Program, Sentara RMH Medical Center, mental health providers, and representatives from area colleges and universities.

$250 supports a forensic interview for a child from a neighboring, underserved community, where Child Advocacy Center (CAC) services are limited or unavailable. A forensic interview is a structured conversation with a child intended to elicit detailed information about a possible event(s) the child may have experienced or witnessed. Forensic interviews at the CAC are conducted by our trained specialists or by one of the trained Child Protective Services or criminal investigators. Forensic interviewers are trained to obtain information in a way that is child-friendly, non-leading, and defensible in court.

by Anonymous donated $30.00
Janina P donated $25.00
Matthew H donated $50.00
Michelle K donated $20.00
Jill B donated $20.00
Maria S donated $100.00

Updates and Donors' Comments

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Thank you to the staff at the Collins Center, you ROCK!!!!

GREAT COMMUNITY GIVE 4-18-18