ŌCASA – Ōtepoti Collective Against Sexual Abuse supports survivors of sexual violence of all genders, their friends and whānau.
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Ōtepoti Collective Against Sexual Abuse (ŌCASA) is a non-profit, community organisation run by a Collective of dedicated paid staff and volunteers.
We support people of any gender who are survivors of sexual violence to progress towards healing.
Our kaupapa at ŌCASA is to work towards the prevention and elimination of sexual violence within our community.
Our dedicated team of paid staff and volunteers work tirelessly to support survivors of rape and sexual abuse.
Our services include:
- Free professional counselling to survivors of sexual violence
- A 24/7 phone-line in order to support all individuals, as well as their supporters
- Social work
- Face-to-face support and crisis support sessions during office hours
- Support at the hospital, police station and law courts
- Education. We provide sexual violence prevention education for young people in secondary schools, aged 14 years and over. This includes the option of scheduled education sessions as requested.
- Consultancy. We also provide workshops to community groups and external organisations regarding preventing and responding to sexual violence.
Your tautoko/supports assists us in this incredibly important mahi.
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Our dedicated team of volunteers work tirelessly to support survivors of rape and sexual abuse.
Our community education workers work towards the prevention and elimination of rape through workshops in schools and with community groups. We offer free professional counselling to survivors of sexual violence, and maintain a 24/7 phone-line in order to support all individuals, as well as their supporters.