National Sexual Assault Hotline: 1-800-656-4673
ASU investigations are designed to protect the university and defend against potential lawsuits. To learn about community and legal options, contact us.
Online Hotline (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network)
Using a secure and anonymous instant-messaging type format, the Online Hotline allows victims of sexual violence to communicate directly with trained crisis support volunteers.
Sexual Violence & Domestic Violence Resources in Arizona
Comprehensive list of sexual and domestic violence shelters, hotlines, and programs, from the Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence.
Arizona Medical Forensic Exam Facilities
ASU does not provide forensic exams. Victims must be transported outside facilities.
Self-Care after Rape
Good self-care is a challenge for many people and it can be especially challenging for survivors of rape, sexual assault, and sexual abuse.
A strong support network can make a world of difference in the aftermath of violence, but knowing whom to turn to after experiencing assault, harassment, or abuse can be difficult.
Coping with School
Healing from sexual violence while also trying to keep up with our academic obligations can be overwhelming.
Coping with Triggers
A “trigger” is something which reminds you of something painful, frightening, dangerous or upsetting. A trigger can also be something which causes you to react or behave in a certain way, or that makes you feel explosive, panicky, or like you might want to hurt yourself or someone else.
Support a Survivor
When a survivor comes out about having been raped or sexually assaulted — whether it be their first time telling anyone or their hundredth — recognize that the process can be extremely difficult and that you should be as supportive as possible.