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  • If you are in imminent danger, please call 911.

If you or someone you know is the victim of sexual assault in Washington State, use this Resource Directory to help you to locate resources and support.

There are 38 Community Sexual Assault Programs (CSAPs) that are accredited by the Washington Office of Crime Victims Advocacy in Washington State. Trained advocates may provide the following services:

  • Free, confidential 24/7 hotline
  • information about sexual assault
  • referral to other community service providers
  • crisis intervention and on-going support
  • medical and legal advocacy, community awareness, outreach and prevention activities,

All accredited programs must meet standardized criteria for their services. Some programs also provide specialized services in the form of support groups, therapy, or medical social work.

Cost of services

Accredited Community Sexual Assault Programs offer most services free of charge to the client.

Help for incarcerated victims

In Washington State, there is a Sexual Assault Support and Information Line that is operated by an independent agency outside of the Department of Corrections. Services through this line are free. Calls are not recorded and do not require your PIN. If you’ve been affected by sexual assault or abuse, you can call this line for private support services at 1 (855) 210-2087. The Support and Information Line hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.​

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Reviewed: December 12th, 2017