Sexual Assault Resources

As a victim of sexual violence you have legal, medical, and counseling rights.

Some may delay seeking medical care after sexual assault. If you seek care within 120 hours, forensic evidence can be collected. In addition to a medical exam you will need medications for STDs, emergency contraception, counseling for HIV prophylaxis.

On Campus

  • Campus Police: +1-508-831-5555
  • Health Services: +1-508-831-5520
  • Residential Services: +1-508-831-5308
  • Counseling: +1-508-831-5540
  • Student Life Office: +1-508-831-5201

Off Campus

  • Emergency: 911
  • Worcester County Victims Assistance: +1-508-792-0214
  • Rape Crisis Center of Central Massachusetts: 1-800-870-5905
  • Daybreak Domestic Violence Hotline: +1-508-755-9030
  • Worcester County District Attorneys: +1-508-755-8601
  • Worcester County Victim /Witness Assistance Program: +1-508-792-0214
  • Attorney General's Office Victim Compensation Division: +1-617-727-2200
  • Infolink-National Victim Resource Line: +1-800-FYI-CALL
  • Rape Abuse Incest National Network (RAINN): +1-800-656-HOPE
  • Safelink (Statewide Domestic Violence Hotline): +1-877-785-2020
  • Worcester Intervention Network (WIN) - a partnership between Daybreak and the domestic violence unit of Worcester Police: +1-508-799-8610
  • Janedoe.org
  • SurviveRape.org - excellent resource with much information
 
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