*** You do not have to tell law enforcement or your commander about your sexual assault in order to receive care or assistance.

Confidential Response Resources

The following professionals are available to help connect victims of sexual assault with information and resources:

1. Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Office: A Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC) and a SAPR Victim Advocate (VA) can provide confidential support, resources, and coordinate care for victims of sexual assault throughout the investigation and recovery process. To locate a SARC or VA near you, follow this link: https://safehelpline.org/nearme

2. Chaplain: Religious clergy can provide confidential spiritual advice and counseling to a victim of sexual assault. Although Chaplains do not take official reports of sexual assault, they can put you in touch with a SARC or SAPR VA if you request.

3. Sexual Assault Medical Forensic Examiner (SAMFE): A SAMFE is a specially-trained medical professional who can conduct a Sexual Assault Forensic Examination (SAFE) and address medical concerns associated with sexual assault.

4. Special Victims’ Counsel (SVC): SVC is a military attorney and paralegal team who work together to represent victims, while assisting them with confidential legal advice, representation, and assistance with exercising their rights throughout the investigative and justice process. Communications with these attorneys are protected and cannot be shared with anyone. Victims may consult with an SVC prior to making a report. *** You do not have to tell law enforcement or your commander about your sexual assault in order to receive care or assistance.

*** You do not have to tell law enforcement or your commander about your sexual assault in order to receive care or assistance.

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