Time-sensitive information: After experiencing harm or assault, you may wish to seek urgent medical attention such as treating injuries, checking for injuries that aren't apparent, getting tested for STI exposure, and potentially collecting forensic DNA evidence that can be used for reporting. Some aspects of getting medical attention are time-sensitive. You always have the option to contact a confidential advocate for help.
When someone comes to you with a concern related to sexual violence and sexual harassment, it’s crucial that you listen, support, and offer resources. This page provides tips and resources for supporting someone who has been impacted by sexual violence and sexual harassment.
Confidential advocates are specially trained and can support survivors (and supporters of survivors) with their options, rights, and resources. Advocacy services are available on campus, locally, and nationally.
In an emergency, call 911. For urgent help anytime, please contact any of the following campus, local, or national organizations that have hotlines, chat-based hotlines, and other services available 24-hours, 7 days a week.