Programs We Support

Rape Treatment Center

Santa Monica-UCLA Medical Center

Established in 1974, the Rape Treatment Center (RTC) is nationally recognized for its pioneering work and exemplary treatment, prevention and education programs.

The RTC provides expert, comprehensive, and compassionate free care for sexual assault victims – children and adults – 24 hours a day, including emergency medical treatment and forensic services; crisis counseling and longer-term psychotherapy; advocacy; accompaniment during police reporting, medical care, and court proceedings; information about rights and options to help victims make informed choices; and many other support services. Over 50,000 victims and their families have received these services.

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Stuart House

A Program of the Rape Treatment Center
Santa Monica-UCLA Medical Center

Stuart House is an internationally recognized, model program created by The Rape Foundation and others to serve the special needs of sexually abused children and their families. Stuart House is an exemplary public/private partnership and a unique, interagency program.

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There is an immediate need for Stuart House to serve more children who cannot now be served due to the space limitations of the current facility.

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Verna Harrah Sexual Assault Examination Clinic

Santa Monica-UCLA Medical Center

The Verna Harrah Clinic was created by The Rape Foundation. It is a model for the nation. This innovative facility is dedicated exclusively to providing 24-hour emergency medical care, forensic services, and counseling for sexual assault victims and sexually abused children in the immediate aftermath of sexual assault.

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