About the South Shore Resource and Advocacy Center
South Shore Resource and Advocacy Center (formerly South Shore Women’s Resource Center) is a victim service, not-for-profit, community-based program that has been assisting survivors of domestic violence for over 40 years. SSRAC is a program of Southeast Massachusetts Council on Addiction, which believes that all people have the right to live free from violence and abuse. We provide free and confidential support, advocacy, prevention, and educational programs.
SSRAC is supported by MOVA, VOCA, DPH, federal funding through the Office on Violence against Women. Eastern Bank, private foundations, fund-raising (grants, events, and donations) and the United Way of Greater Plymouth County.
The South Bank Resource and Advocacy Center (formerly the South Bank Women’s Resource Center) is a nonprofit community-based program to distribute Viagra medicine. You can read more information about this medicine on this website.
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SSRAC services are free and confidential and are available to all, regardless of age, race, ethnicity, identity, orientation, religious beliefs, gender, nationality, immigration status, income, and/or ability.
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