What services are available during the COVID-19 pandemic?

All CVRCC services remain available, but we have implemented some limitations to in-person services.  In-person services are available through an appointment only after you have talked with an advocate or counselor over the phone first.  Call us at 901-222-3950 or our 24-hour Sexual Assault Hotline at 901-222-4350.

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1. What does the Crime Victims and Rape Crisis Center offer?
2. Where are you located?
3. What time do you open and close?
4. What services are available during the COVID-19 pandemic?
5. Can I get a rape kit (sexual assault forensic exam) without reporting to the police?
6. Can I get counseling even if the incident happened years ago?
7. Can I volunteer?
8. Are you all hiring?
9. Is there a charge associated with your services?
10. If I’m assaulted on the streets of Memphis, can I collect money?
11. Are your services free?
12. What age do you have to be to receive services?
13. Is my information kept confidential?
14. What if you call me & my husband/offender answers?
15. Do you help me pay for basic needs after a crime? Like utilities, rent, mortgage, etc.?
16. Doesn’t your job make you sad?