- Crisis intervention
- Information on victims’ legal rights and protections
- Help with the criminal justice process
- Emotional support
- Help with safety planning
- Help preparing victim impact statements for courts and parole boards
- Intervention with creditors, landlords, and employers on behalf of the victim
- Help finding shelter and transportation
- Referrals to other services
- Assistance with compensation applications
- Information on sexual assault prevention
- Support Groups
What to Expect with Reporting Campus Sexual Assault and Medical Help
Reporting a sexual assault to a school and reporting the crime to the police involve two unrelated investigations that can have two different distinct results.
Medical and Legal Accompaniment and Advocacy
A sexual assault victim/survivor has a number of decisions to make immediately following an assault. Among them are whether to seek medical and/or law enforcement involvement or not.
SARC’s community and professional education programs aim to decrease the occurrence of sexual violence by increasing understanding of the problem. SARC provides education and outreach programming free of charge to schools, businesses, and organizations.
More Information about Sexual Violence
(800) 273-TALK (8255)
Or call 1-800-230-7526