Nobody Deserves to Be Sexually Assaulted
Sexual assault is any kind of sexual contact against your will, regardless of your relationship. It may include touching, kissing, oral sex, anal sex, vaginal sex, or other sexual acts. You have a right to be sexual in a way that feels safe and consensual.
The first few days after a sexual assault can be a very confusing time. You may have questions and be faced with difficult decisions. During this time, you may not want, or be ready, to make many of these decisions. This is normal and okay.
You can call our 24/7 hotline at 252-473-3366 any time to talk with a trained advocate about your options. All conversations are kept private and confidential by North Carolina law.
What to expect when you call our hotline:
- We will listen and not blame you.
- We will answer your questions courteously and respectfully.
- We will provide information about your options and your rights.
- We will respect your feelings