Counseling, advocacy, and support groups for adults who have experienced sexual assault or childhood sexual abuse.
Parents and Caregivers
Information to support a child who has been sexually abused.
Share your time, talents, or resources.
Education, training and outreach to build awareness and prevent violence.
MOCSA’s Mission & Vision
MOCSA’s mission is to improve the lives of those impacted by sexual abuse and assault and to prevent sexual violence in our community. Together we can create a community free from sexual assault and abuse.
Where Do We Serve?
MOCSA’s service area includes six counties in the bi-state Kansas City metropolitan area: Jackson, Platte, Clay, and Cass Counties in Missouri, and Johnson and Wyandotte Counties in Kansas.
MOCSA’s education programs for elementary, middle and high school students are available in more than 30 school districts throughout our service area.
Who Do We Serve?
- All gender identities
- All ethnic/racial identities
- All sexual orientations
- All religious backgrounds
- People with disabilities
- Survivors who have reported
- Survivors who have not reported
- Survivors who have been assaulted recently
- Survivors who were assaulted a long time ago
- Survivors who experienced childhood sexual abuse
- Survivors who have had therapy before
- Survivors who have never had therapy
- Family members of survivors of sexual violence
“I am living proof that MOCSA can transform lives, aid in healing, and save people from their darkness.”
Julie Murray, Sexual Abuse Survivor
“Having a positive impact on children in our community is one of our pillars and MOCSA gives us the avenue and the expertise to do that.”
Mark Donovan, President of the Kansas City Chiefs
“Survivors inspire me to keep showing up for our mission. I am in awe of their courage and resilience, and I’m honored that they place their trust in us at MOCSA to find support.”
Julie Donelon, President & CEO
“It is such a safe feeling knowing that there is a place dedicated just to victims of sexual abuse/assault. It is also great that they have helped me all the way through this process...”
Sexual Assault Survivor