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Rape: What to Do if You're Raped  External Link

This article offers advice and information about rape treatment to victims of a sexual assault/rape. Topics discussed include what happens in the emergency room; kind of treatment that should be admin... Details >

American Academy of Family Physicians  External Link

Sexual Assault  External Link

This publication discusses sexual assault, including types and what to do if you have been sexually assaulted.... Details >

Center for the Pacific Asian Family   External Link

Sexual Assault in Indian Country Confronting Sexual Violence  External Link

This pamphlet addresses sexual assault in Indian Country by highlighting certain types of sexual assault evidence and by presenting it within the historical treatment of native populations, jurisdicti... Details >

National Resource Center on Domestic Violence  External Link

Sexual Victimization in Indian Country: Barriers and Resources for Native Women Seeking Help  External Link

Existing data suggest that large numbers of American Indian women have been sexually victimized. According to a study, American Indian women experience more rape, by both strangers and intimate partne... Details >

National Resource Center on Domestic Violence  External Link

Sexual Violence in the Lives of African American Women: Risk, Response, and Resilience  External Link

This paper focuses on the experiences of African American women. It provides a historical and sociocultural overview of Black women's sexual victimization, describes the characteristics of Black rape ... Details >

National Resource Center on Domestic Violence  External Link

Violence Against Women - National Women's Health Information Center(NWHIC)

This web site offers information and resources to women concerning domestic violence, intimate partner violence, sexual assault, and elder abuse. Users can link to publications on violence for consume... Details >

National Women's Health Information Center, Office on Women's Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services