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Sexual Assault Resource Center

Visit the organization web site: www.sarcoregon.org

What We Do

The Sexual Assault Resource Center (SARC) is a non-profit agency that provides free and confidential support services for survivors of sexual assault and child commercial sexual exploitation in Washington and Multnomah counties. Our programs include a 24-hour support line, in-person crisis response, case management, individual and group mental health services, and school-based prevention education.

Opportunities for service with us

The vision of SARC’s Volunteer Program is to facilitate opportunities that integrate community members in the movement toward our mission of ending sexual violence. By providing skills, tools and support for volunteers to grow personally and professionally, the program enhances our agency’s service provision and empowers the larger community to better advocate for sexual assault survivors. Many of our volunteers have used these opportunities to fulfill school practicum & internship hours, enrich coursework, and apply skills at the community level. In order to maintain a standard of service in line with the SARC’s mission and core philosophies, applicants undergo a selective screening process and comprehensive training program before being invited to volunteer.


SARC is currently recruiting highly dedicated, female identifying volunteers interested in providing emotional support, resources, and information about medical and legal options for survivors of sexual assault and commercial sexual exploitation in Washington and Multnomah Counties. Advocates provide this service in two ways: (1) telephone response and (2) in-person response at safe locations such as hospitals, police departments, youth shelters, and other sites where law enforcement is present.


To learn more about volunteering or schedule an interview, please contact SARC’s Volunteer Program Manager at volunteer@sarcoregon.org or (503) 626-9100 ext. 226. You can also visit our website at www.sarcoregon.org  

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Volunteer Program Manager
(503) 626-9100 ext 226
4900 SW Griffith Drive, Suite 100
Beaverton, Oregon 97005 Directions
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