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Crisis Support is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by contacting:
EMPACT's Hotline: 480-921-1006
Behavioral Health Crisis Line: 602-222-9444
Your safety is always the number one priority. If you are in immediate danger, call 911. You could reach out to supportive family, friends or contact the ASU Victim-Survivor Advocates for confidential support.
Even if you are unsure if you want to report, preserving evidence may assist in proving that the offense occurred or in obtaining a protective order.
Victims of sexual violence have the right to a medical forensic exam, at no cost to them, regardless of whether or not they report. In Maricopa County, a Family Advocacy Center (FAC) is the only center that provides a forensic exam.
Incidents that include only students are reported to ASU Student Rights and Responsibilities and Student Advocacy and Assistance will provide additional support services during the investigation. Incidents that include faculty or staff are reported to the Office of University Rights and Responsibilities. Note: Reporting to the University can be done in addition to reporting to the police.
You may wish to seek confidential support on campus or in the community to discuss what steps you would like to take next or how to heal from the experience. Peer-to-peer support that is private, not confidential, is available through the Sun Devil Support Network, a network of ASU students that have received training on supporting survivors of sexual and relationship violence and providing education and resources within the community.