• We have provided prevention education to over 30,900 students including over 10,500 high school students this year.
  • We have responded to over 650 hotline calls this year.
  • We have responded to over 307 hospital emergency room requests for crisis service when a survivor of sexual violence sought care this year.
  • We have provided professional training to over 465 allied professionals this year.
  • We have provided over 270 survivors of sexual violence & their significant others with counseling services this year.
  • We have provided 24/7 telephone crisis services to over 429 survivors this year.

COVID-19 Update

A message from our team: (last revised January 2021)

Northwest CASA provides essential support and services to survivors of Sexual Violence in our community. As an agency, we have been monitoring the COVID-19 virus concerns and are checking daily for new information and guidelines from the CDC and State of Illinois. The safety of our clients and staff is our top priority, so we are taking the following steps:

Our 24/7 hotline remains open and available to all survivors of Sexual Violence, their loved ones, and community members seeking support and services. Our Advocacy team continues to work with our hospital partners and provide support to survivors who seek out services in the ER via phone.

Our counseling team continues to provide trauma therapy services to our clients virtually. These services are increasingly important during this time of heightened anxiety when clients may need additional support. Our team is dedicated to ensuring clients continue to feel supported and are able to connect with their therapist.

We will continue to monitor information from the CDC and State of Illinois. In the meantime, we urge you to stay safe and reach out to our hotline if you need support.

Cook: 888-802-8890
McHenry: 800-892-8900

Helpful Links & Resources:

Center for Disease Control, CDC:

World Health Organization, WHO:

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