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Services for Victims of Crime

The TRC opened in August of 2001 with a goal of providing integrated support services to survivors of interpersonal violence. We strive to meet each client where they are, physically and emotionally – providing support that addresses practical needs such as safe housing, financial entitlements, access to primary care, legal advocacy, as well as individualized therapy.  Types of trauma treated include domestic violence, sexual assaults and other physical assaults, criminal motor vehicle accidents, gang-related violence, and people who have lost a loved one to homicide. The TRC acknowledges that trauma can have a devastating impact on people at an emotional, physical, spiritual, and financial level, and our staff is dedicated to helping people heal from violence in all of these areas.

Eligibility 

Survivors of sexual assault may be eligible for our mental health services if they are:

  • Age 18 or older
  • A San Francisco resident or were sexually assaulted in San Francisco
  • Not currently receiving mental health services anywhere else
  • Wanting to focus on sexual assault that occurred as an adult

Survivors of other types of interpersonal violence may be eligible for our services if they are:

  • Age 18 or older
  • A San Francisco resident
  • Not currently receiving mental health services anywhere else
  • Have lost a family member or loved one to homicide, OR
  • Have been referred to us by San Francisco General Hospital, Victim Assistance, a Community Health Network primary care clinic, or another community-based agency

If you would like to talk with a staff person and find out if you may be eligible for services, please call us at:

(415) 437-3000

Monday – Friday

8 am – 5 pm