What to do if you are sexually assaulted

Resources

You can call or go to one of the following facilities, which will have a counselor accompany you to Thomas Jefferson University Hospital for examinations. The counselor will also stay with you through legal proceedings if you decide to take legal action.

Philadelphia Police Department
215-686-1776

Philadelphia District Attorney's Office
1421 Arch Street
215-686-8000

Women Organized Against Rape (WOAR)
24-hour Hotline: 215-985-3333

The National Center for Victims of Crime
Hotline: 1-800-FYI-CALL, M-F 8:30am-8:30pm

Penn Women's Center
3643 Locust Walk
215-898-8611

University of Pennsylvania's Division of Public Safety
www.publicsafety.upenn.edu

Drexel Student Counseling Center
Drexel University - Main Campus
3210 Chestnut Street Suite 201
215-895-1415
Emergency pager # 215-373-0688


Drexel Student Counseling Center

Drexel University - Center City Hahnemann Campus
1505 Race Street
Bellet Building, 3rd Floor
215-762-7625

Special Services, UPPD
4040 Chesnut Street
24-hour Helpline: 215-898-6600

Women's Law Project
info@womenslawproject.org
125 S. 9th Street, Suite 300
215.928.9801

CALCASA (California Coalition Against Sexual Assault)
info@calcasa.org
916-446-2520

You can obtain Morning-after Contraception at these facilities:

Women's Health Center at Student Health Services
Lower Level of Penn Tower Hotel
215-662-2874

Hotline for Morning-after Contraception
1-888-not-2-late

Additional Counseling Centers

Drexel Health Center
3201 Arch Street, Suite 240
(215) 895-5800

University of the Sciences in Philadelphia
Counseling Services Center
4140 Building
215-596-8536

You can find support from these groups:

Students Together Against Acquaintance Rape
(STAAR)
staar@dolphin.upenn.edu

Survivor's Circle
saraht@sas.upenn.edu

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