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Client Services

RISE offers crisis services and support to victims of sexual assault, sexual abuse and intimate partner violence.

Support sessions are available during walk-in hours and by appointment.


Toll Free 24-Hour Crisis Line: 855-886-RISE (7473)

Business Line: 805-226-5400

The crisis line is accessible 24-hours a day. Calls are answered by state certified counselors, trained to provide crisis intervention and support to survivors of sexual assault/abuse and intimate partner violence. Services are available to family, friends, and loved ones as well. All calls are confidential.


Crisis therapists are available to meet with survivors, as well as family, friends, and loved ones in-person during our office hours. We can also provide additional literature and resources. All services are kept confidential.


Did you know that survivors have a legal right to have an advocate? RISE staff and volunteers are available to support and accompany survivors to a number of sites including, but not limited to: medical exams, any law enforcement interviews/meetings, and court hearings. Call to request an advocate.


Navigating the family court system alone can be difficult and overwhelming. RISE provides survivors with a trained, dedicated advocate to help them obtain court ordered safety through a Temporary Restraining Order. For more on this see our Restraining Order Assistance page.


Client advocates work closely with survivors to help with a whole range of needs by setting short- and long-term goals. Goals may include addressing immediate needs; obtaining housing, employment, and income; or anything else that helps the survivor move towards self-sufficiency and independence.

RISE is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that provides crisis intervention and treatment services to survivors of sexual and intimate partner violence and their loved ones. All services are provided confidentially, at low or no cost, to anyone regardless of age, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ability or citizenship status. All crisis services are available in Spanish and English.