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What We Do

Children and Adolescent Services

Trauma Therapy 

licensed therapists provide individual therapy for youth that have experienced or witnessed violence. 

Support Groups

Teen Support Group (Ages 13 - 14)

Pre-Teen (Tween) Support Group (Ages 10 - 12) 

Children’s Support Groups (Ages 5 - 9)



Sexual Assault & Hospital Advocacy

Specially trained advocates are available to help victims of sexual violence during rape exams and provide assistance throughout the criminal justice process.


Advocacy with Service Systems (CAC, CPS, DSS)

The WRC together with the Child Advocacy Center (CAC) help create a better understanding of each agency’s functions and how we can better cooperate to provide better services.


Education & Outreach

WRC staff provides trainings, workshops, and education to students, faculty, parents, law enforcement or community members on topics such as bullying and teasing, internet/social networking and texting safety, healthy relationships and dating violence, stereotyping, empowerment and self esteem, conflict resolution, friendship, life skills, stalking, and human trafficking.

Upon request by schools, WRC staff can address the following age appropriate topics:

High School

  • Healthy vs. Unhealthy Relationships
  • Dating Violence
  • Gender Stereotyping
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Social Network/Texting Harassment
  • Stalking
  • Diversity Skills
  • Staff Development/Training

Middle School

  • Bullying, Cyber Bullying, & Harassment
  • Empowerment & Self-Esteem
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Stereotyping
  • Life Skills
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Staff Development/Training

Elementary School

  • Bullying & Teasing
  • Friendships & Sharing
  • Internet Safety
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Life Skills