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Following an experience of sexual or domestic violence, you may wish to seek out a medical forensic exam in order to collect evidence and receive follow-up care. Every state, and even sometimes individual counties, have a different process for when and where medical forensic exams are offered.
In the state of Arizona, each county has a different process for where the exams are offered. In Maricopa County, HonorHealth Forensic nursing services holds a contract with the County Attorney’s office to offer free, trauma-informed medical exams within five days or 120 hours of the assault conducted by specially trained nurses, regardless of whether or not the assault is reported to the police. The exams take place at Family Advocacy Centers in order to ensure the safety of the victim or survivor.
Please view the chart below to see the distance, in miles, from the following ASU campuses and the available Maricopa County Family Advocacy Centers.
Maricopa County Family Advocacy Center
Mesa Center Against Family Violence
Phoenix Family Advocacy Center
Scottsdale Family Advocacy Center
Glendale Family Advocacy Center
Chandler Family Advocacy Center
Southwest Family Advocacy Center
The closest family advocacy center to each ASU campus is listed below:
For students attending Arizona State University at Lake Havasu, Washington DC, or the California Center in Los Angeles, please visit the resource section on the Resources page for more information about local resources.