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Rape Response Inc provides help to survivors of sexual assault, their families and loved ones. Rape Response serves Georgia residents of Dawson, Forsyth, Habersham, Hall, Lumpkin and White counties.  If you are a male or female survivor of sexual assault, age 13 and older, who is seeking services or assistance from Rape Response, please contact our 24 hour crisis line for immediate assistance.

Crisis Line (770) 503-7273 

Hearing Impaired TTY: 770-503-7208

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  • Options After an Assault
  • Reporting an Assault
  • Survivor Recovery
  • Helping Someone Who Has Been Sexually Assaulted
  • Rape Response Services
  • Know Your Options and What to Do Next

    After an assualt you may want to seek medical or physical help. We offer information on your care options.

  • Reporting Your Assault

    If you want to report to law enforcement you may do so at any time. We offer information on reporting your assault and what to expect from law enforcement.

  • Recovering After Sexual Assault

    Common emotional responses after a sexual assault are: shock, numbness, anxiety, depression, fear, guilt, self blame, anger, vulnerability, mistrust, and feeling isolated.

    It is difficult to deal with all these feelings by yourself, but you are not alone.


  • Helping Someone Who Has Been Sexually Assaulted

    If someone you love has been sexually assaulted, we have information that can help you be the support system they need.

  • Rape Response Services

    At Rape Response we offer many services for survivors, those working with survivors and our community including: 

    • 24 Hour Crisis Line
    • Medical Accompaniment
    • Crisis Intervention
    • Judicial Accompaniment & Support
    • Professional Training
    • Community Education
    • Prevention Education
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Crisis Line: (770) 503-7273
Toll Free: (800) 721-1999
Hearing Impaired TTY: (770) 503-7208

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