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Category Archives: News & Events

Carroll County “Drug and Violence Awareness Expo” – May 1, 2015

The Carroll County Chamber of Commerce will be holding a “Drug and Violence Awareness Expo”, on May 1, 2015, at the Shipley Arena from 10am-5pm. The expo will cover all aspects of Drugs, Gangs, Domestic Violence, and Sexual Assaults, including the affects to our community and businesses. There will be six educational seminars, an Interactive Impairment Driving Course, CPR, Self-Defense and K-9 Demonstrations, as well space for over 70 Exhibitors sharing information on each topic.

The event will be open to the public and free of charge. Click here to see a flyer.

New STAR volunteers

CoVolunteers 2015ngratulations to our two newly trained Sexual Trauma and Resource Advocate (STAR) volunteers. These two ladies are now trained to help those in need!

If you, or someone you know, would like to volunteer, please have them call the office at (410) 857-0900 to talk with our Hotline Services Coordinator about our volunteer opportunities.



2015 Annual Giving Campaign

Rape Crisis Intervention Service of Carroll County is very grateful for all of our generous supporters. Between July 2013 and June 2014 we served over 200 clients that were new to our services. We also answered more than 300 hotline calls and processed close to 700 units of service. With that in mind, we are asking you to consider participating in our annual appeal. Your generosity continues to allow RCIS to provide to those in need of our services.  Thank you for your continuing support.

Donations can be made through the “Make A Donation” button at the top of  this webpage, or you can mail donations to 224 N. Center Street, Room 102, Westminster, MD 21157.

Click here to view the 2015 Annual Giving Newsletter

Click here to view the 2015 Annual Giving Remittance Envelope for giving options

New STAR volunteers

A big congratulations and thank you to our newest STAR volunteers. These lovely ladies have completed their mandatory 10-hour Sexual Trauma Advocate Resource (STAR) training and will be part of the team who staff our 24-hour hotline. We love our volunteers and we couldn’t do it without you.December 2014 STARS