This is your healing journey. You are not required to do anything. Below are some options, you decide what works for you. You are the expert in your life.
- If you have been hurt by an acquaintance, friend, partner, family member or stranger, it was not your fault.
Forensic Exams, STI/Pregnancy Prevention, Costs, Procedures
Reporting Options, Statute of Limitations, No Contact Orders
Counseling, Support Groups, Self-Care
Accommodations, Safety Concerns, Sanctioning Process
Healing Dynamics, Sexual Assault Education, Support Strategies
Information and tips
Tips and Strategies
Note: Information in this section was provided by The RVAP Sexual Assault Comprehensive Team.
Within 5 Days of the Assault (120 hours) Go to your local emergency room (ER) for a specialized nurse to collect forensic evidence and/or receive sexually transmitted infection (STI) and/or pregnancy ...
If you are struggling with class, feeling unsafe on campus or would like to pursue academic sanctioning for the perpetrator, consider speaking with or reporting to the office or the Title IX coordinat...
Safety planning is about brainstorming ways to stay safe that may also help reduce the risk of future harm.