Sexual Assault Advocacy & Support

Sexual Assault Advocacy & Support

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Sexual Assault Advocacy & Support

When you or a loved one have experienced any kind of sexual violence, help cannot wait. CODAC’s Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault (SACASA) provides bilingual crisis support any time of day or night for people of all ages. Call (520) 327-7273.

We’re here to listen to your needs and connect you with healthcare care and other community resources. You are not alone.

Crisis Advocates will:

  • Meet you at the hospital following a sexual assault 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
  • Help you understand your medical and legal options and your rights as a survivor of sexual violence.
  • Arrange for a medical forensic exam if you decide to get one.
  • Work with medical staff, law enforcement and others to create a safe environment for you at the hospital and after you leave.
  • Connect you with counseling, therapy and other resources when appropriate.

Therapy and Support

Therapy and support are critical to your healing process to reduce long-lasting effects of sexual violence. We offer individual, couples, family and group therapy to survivors and their loved ones ages 12 and older.

Our licensed therapists are trained and have extensive experience in treating sexual trauma. We understand the impacts that this specific type of trauma has on the mind, body and soul and we are ready to help you through it. Therapy is offered at no cost through VOCA funding; appointments are also available using AHCCCS and other insurance.

Call (520) 327-7273 for confidential crisis help immediately following sexual assault or if you need someone to talk to, no matter when the assault happened.

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Send us a message.

If you have a question about SACASA services and cannot call, please send us a message. Messages are only seen during business hours and should not be sent for emergency response. If you are having an emergency, please call 911.

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