After a sexual assault, it is important to receive medical care, even if you do not see any injuries.
You can receive a Sexual Assault Forensic Exam, where a trained nurse or physician will look for things that might identify an attacker, as well as provide medical care for injuries and to help prevent things like STIs and pregnancy. You can decide to report to the police when you get the exam or you can decide that you do not want to talk to the police at that time-either way the exam will be FREE. For more information on what an exam may include, please read on below. Find the closest location to receive a Sexual Assault Forensic Exam. An advocate from your local Rape Crisis Center can also accompany you to receive your exam to support you through the process.