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Sexual misconduct is a complex and painful experience which often requires a combination of legal, medical, psychological and academic information. Victims and survivors may wish to have a confidential conversation about their options and what steps they would like to take next. There are resources both on and off campus that offer confidential support. Please note, accessing confidential resources does not mean a report has been filed. You can find more information about reporting the incident in the Resources section.
If you are an ASU Online student, please view the Resources section to learn more about the resources available to you.
ASU Counseling Services can talk with you or someone you know confidentially about experiences of sexual and relationship violence and connect you with those services at ASU or in the community.
ASU Health Services is dedicated to understanding the unique needs of each individual victim and survivor and talking with them about their healthcare options such as testing for pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections.
ASU Victim Advocates are housed in the ASU Police Department, but are available to meet victims and survivors anywhere on campus. Victim advocates can assist with filing for an order of protection, provide more information about forensic exams and the legal reporting process and can connect you with campus and community resources.
The Employee Assistance and Employee Wellness team supports the health and well-being of the ASU workforce. All services provided by EAO are confidential, including those related to harassment or violence regardless of whether it occurs on campus or off.
EMPACT’s ASU dedicated hotline offers crisis support for students 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Trained crisis intervention specialists can provide confidential support to victims and survivors.
RAINN provides free and confidential crisis support for sexual violence via phone and through an online chat. Visit RAINN to learn more about the prevalence and impact of sexual violence.
National: 1-800-656-HOPE (4673)
The National Domestic Violence Hotline provides free and confidential crisis support for domestic, dating, and relationship violence via phone and through an online chat. Visit the Hotline to learn more about assessing the health of relationship, safety planning, and supporting yourself, friends, or family members.
The Sexual and Domestic Violence Helpline and Chat provides information and answers questions relating to Sexual and Domestic Violence Services in Arizona including the legal system, your legal rights, resource and referral, and safety planning. The chat can be accessed on their website.