You are not alone.

Confidential support and information for Seattle survivors of sexual assault.

Right now, you may be feeling overwhelmed. That’s understandable — we know it’s hard to know where to start.

We’re here to help.

Click below to enter a simple and confidential online tool that will help assess your situation and needs. Answering a few quick questions takes less than five minutes. When you finish, you’ll see specific recommendations and resources that could be right for you.

This resource is a joint effort of community health providers to connect Seattle survivors of sexual assault with supportive services, information and self-care strategies that can help with the emotional impacts of trauma. All recommended services and resources are completely confidential should you choose to access any of them. No personally identifying information is collected or stored by this tool.

Looking for immediate help or support?
Call the 24-hour Resource Line at King County Sexual Assault Resource Center at 1.888.998.6423.

Additional resources

Common Reactions to Sexual Assault and Other Traumas


University of Washington Medicine Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

University of Washington Department of Psychology

King County Sexual Assault Resource Center logo

UW Medicine Harborview Medical Center Harborview Abuse & Trauma Center

Seattle Indian Health Board


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