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The Sexual Assault Resource Center (SARC) of Washington County, whose mission is to promote social justice by ending sexual violence through advocacy, support and education, was founded in 1977 and remains a unique fixture today in Oregon as one of the two remaining stand-alone non-profits dedicated to serving survivors of sexual assault. Our full array of free and confidential services include a 24-hour support line as well as an in-person response team for survivors who are undergoing medical attention and/or filing a police report; case management; individual and group mental health services; and prevention education services to schools and businesses in the tri-county area. SARC’s Alder Program provides sound trauma-informed and evidence-based mental health services to adolescent and adult survivors of sexual assault in an effort to prevent, eliminate, or in some cases at least reduce the effects of common trauma responses including depression and PTSD.
How to apply
Please email your cover letter and resume to [email protected].