1. Most important, make certain they are physically safe. Get them out of the situation; call local law enforcement (911) if you need help.
2. Medical care is crucial. You can contact the SARC (612-368-8128) for assistance in locating a provider without disclosing personal information.
Medical care is very important. Not only can a forensic exam gather evidence of sexual contact, but
Any injuries are documented and treated,
Assessment for possible sexually transmitted disease transmittal,
And prophylactic pregnancy care.
3. Encourage the victim to get help. Sexual assault victims often feel isolated and blame themselves for the event. Prompt intervention supports recovery.
Regions Hospital, St Paul. Emergency Room
Ramsey County Sexual Violence Services, 651-266-1000, answered 24/7.
24-hour crisis counseling, advocacy, information and referral, advocacy and support during medical, police and legal procedures Individual counseling and support groups, Referral for therapy, shelter and financial needs, Community education programs on sexual violence, Awareness and prevention, in-service training and consultation for professionals
Minnesota Sexual Assault Information, Resources and Support
934th 24 Hour SAPR Hotline 612-386-8128
DoD Safe Helpline: 877-995-5247
Liz Henze, MSW, LICSW
Phone: 612-713-1315, DSN: 783-1315
Captain Danielle Greenhill
Phone: 612-713-1129, DSN: 783-1129
Mike Sanford (Civilian)
Phone: 612-713-1159 DSN: 783-1159
Matt Fors (ART)
Civilian: 612-713-1689, DSN: 783-1689
Jenny Delzer (ART)
Phone: 612-713-1162, DSN: 783-1162
Briana Hall (TR)
Civilian: 612-713-1892, DSN: 783-1892