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Sexual Assault & Abuse

Sexual Assault & Abuse

Sexual Assault & Abuse

You are not alone.

If you or a loved one has experienced a sexual assault, you may want to talk with someone. Michigan's Sexual Assault Hotline has trained advocates available to listen without judgment and offer support to you 24/7.

The hotline is confidential. This means that we will not share your information. It is also anonymous. You don't have to share your name or personal information. The information that you do share with us, stays with us.

If your experience of sexual violence was 4 hours ago or 40 years ago, we are available to listen to you. We offer immediate crisis counseling and referrals to local service providers - regardless of your identity.

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Contact Michigan's Sexual Assault Hotline

1-855-864-2374

1-866-238-1454

Help and Resources

About Sexual Assault and Abuse

About Sexual Assault and Abuse

Sexual assault and abuse can happen to anyone. There is help to support you in your healing.
Health Options

Health Options

After a sexual assault, it is important to get checked for possible injuries and/or pregnancy and get treated for sexually-transmitted infections regardless of how long it has been since the assault.
Legal Rights and Options

Legal Options and Rights

Learning about your rights and legal options can help you make decisions about reporting the assault, seeking a protection order, or accessing accommodations at your school or place of employment.
Helping a Survivor

Helping a Survivor

As a family member or friend, you may be able to help the survivor feel safe and reach out for services.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • The hotline is for anyone in Michigan who has experienced sexual violence at any point in their lifetime, is working with a survivor, supporting a survivor or is seeking information on sexual assault services. 

  • The hotline is operated by advocates who are trained to provide immediate crisis counseling and referral to local services.

  • Yes! The hotline is free of charge and can be used as many times as needed, 24/7/365.

  • No. The hotline is anonymous and confidential. What you share stays with us, and you can share as much as you feel comfortable with.

Find Services Near You

When you contact the hotline, we offer immediate crisis counseling and referrals to local service providers. Click the link below to find support and services near you.

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