Press Releases

Cleveland Rape Crisis Center Announces Sexual Assault Awareness Month

April 1, 2022

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM), a time nationally and locally dedicated to raising public awareness about sexual violence and educating communities on how to prevent it. This year, Cleveland Rape Crisis Center (CRCC) is honoring the campaign with the theme, Let’s Talk! Let’s Talk, will explore the many ways individuals can make a difference....continue

The number of donations to Cleveland Rape Crisis Center in response to the hiring of Deshaun Watson tips 2000

March 30, 2022

In recent weeks, Cleveland Rape Crisis Center (CRCC) has experienced an outpouring of public support in response to the Brown’s decision to add Deshaun Watson to the team. As of this morning, more than 2,000 new donors have given over $100,000 in support of Cleveland Rape Crisis Center’s mission and services.  About 1/3 of donors....continue

A Response to Deshaun Watson Joining the Cleveland Browns

March 19 2022

Cleveland Rape Crisis Center is disappointed by the decision to add Deshaun Watson to the Cleveland Browns team. This story is triggering for far too many of our friends and neighbors. To survivors, we say we see you and we believe you. Your story matters. Cleveland Rape Crisis Center is available 24/7/365 online or by calling/texting....continue

Launching Our New Sexual Violence Prevention App

January 24 2022

Cleveland Rape Crisis Center Launches NEW App Designed to Prevent Sexual Violence & Human Trafficking Cleveland Rape Crisis Center (CRCC) marks this year’s Human Trafficking Awareness Month with the launch of a new app that will engage teens, parents and educators, in preventing sexual violence while connecting survivors to services. The app highlights topics such....continue

Cleveland Rape Crisis Center Awarded Over $3.4M in Human Trafficking Grant Funding

January 06 2022

Cleveland Rape Crisis Center (CRCC) has been awarded over $3.4M in grant funding to expand services and programming to those experiencing human trafficking.  “Young people, people of color and those who identify as LGTBQ are especially vulnerable to being trafficked in our community.” said Cleveland Rape Crisis Center President & CEO Sondra Miller.  “This funding....continue