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NAME : Rape Trauma Services (RTS)

LOCATION : 1860 El Camino Real, Suite 406
Burlingame, CA 94010

PHONE :Hotline: (650) 692-RAPE(7273)

HOURS : Hotline operates 24 hours daily,  Office: Weekdays 9-5

DESCRIPTION : “Our services are for all survivors of sexual assault or abuse, whether it happened yesterday or many years ago, and their loved ones. Rape is an act of violence and cruelty, which knows no cultural, ethnic, racial, age, or gender boundaries. We are here for all people. We strive to have our staff and volunteers represent all people. Our training focuses on the uniqueness of experience of individuals from varying cultures, ethnicities, sexual orientation, abilities, and genders. All services, whether crisis intervention, counseling, or prevention emphasize the link between the well-being of individuals and the community and the need to heal from hurts experienced in the past”

FEES : none (donations accepted)

ELGIBILITY : San Mateo Counties sexual assault survivors and third parties

AREAS SERVED : San Mateo County

PROCEDURE : Call hotline to talk with therapist and (if desired) schedule an appointment for accompaniment/therapy

TRANSPORTATION : SamTrans, Millbrae BART, Millbrae CalTrain



OTHER NOTES: Will not force you to report anything. Will even defend your right not to report to the police for you. Will accompany you to get tests done and when being interviewed by police. is a program of the StarVista Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention Center in San Mateo County, and is staffed by volunteer high school students from the Bay Area who have been trained to help other teens.