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The mission is very straightforward. MOCSA exists to improve the lives of those impacted by sexual assault and abuse and to prevent sexual violence in our community.
Why they work toward this mission daily is equally straightforward. Sexual violence is not something that only happens in other places – it happens right here, in Kansas City, every single day. And the impacts can be devastating, not only for the victims, but also for their friends and loved ones. Too often, it happens within a family or within a circle of friends. More than 80 percent of sexual violence is committed by someone the victim knows, not by a stranger.
Without support and help, the trauma of sexual violence can stay with victims for a lifetime. So they do everything they can to prevent these crimes from happening in the first place, and to offer support, healing, and hope when they do occur. They help victims become survivors.
MOCSA’s 24-hour, free-of-charge services included crisis line support, hospital advocacy, criminal justice and personal advocacy. Interpreters can be provided for any language, spoken or signed. For more information, call our main office line at (816) 931-4527. More information →
COUNSELING FOR CHILDREN
MOCSA knows that the impact of child sexual abuse can affect the entire family. That’s why we offer services and referrals to help children and their families cope and heal from the trauma they have endured. More information →
COUNSELING FOR ADULTS
MOCSA’s counseling department is trained to specifically support survivors of sexual abuse and assault. MOCSA provides a safe place for adult survivors to develop knowledge and skills for healing and change. More information →
COMMUNITY & PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION
MOCSA offers a number of community education programs as part of our ongoing effort to increase public awareness about sexual violence and the resources available to victims of sexual violence and to promote prevention. More information →