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Healing and Recovery

If you have experienced sex or gender based violence or know somebody who has, you might consider accessing the below medical, or counseling resources.

Medical Services

In most instances, care providers from the following resources can talk with you confidentially about your concerns.  Please note, if you receive hospital care after a sexual assault, you may receive a medical evaluation from a trained Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) which includes a medical-legal examination and collects forensic evidence.  You can also be tested for date rape drugs and sexually transmitted diseases.

For emergency medical assistance, dial 911.

For information on emergency contraception, the morning after pill or Plan B, talk to you doctor, pharmacy, or clinic. More information can be found here: not.2.late.com

 

  • 509-335-3575
  • 509-332-2541
  • 208-882-4511
  • N/A

 

  • 509-474-3131
  • 509-473-5800
  • 509-482-0111
  • 509-924-6650
  • N/A

 

  • 509-547-2204
  • N/A

 

  • 360-487-1000
  • 503-413-2200
  • N/A

 

  • 425-261-2000
  • 425-258-7550
  • 425-316-5000
  • N/A

Counseling Services

In most instances, care providers from the following resources can talk with you confidentially about your concerns:

 

  • 509-335-4511
  • 509-335-5759
  • 509-332-4357

 

  • 509-358-7740
  • 1-877-313-4455
  • 509-326-2255
  • 509-624-7273
  • 866-751-7119

 

  • 509-372-7153
  • 1-877-313-4455
  • 509-582-9841
  • 509-374-0130
  • 1-888-9-VICTIM

 

  • 360-546-9238
  • 1-877-313-4455
  • 360-695-0501
  • 1-888-425-1176
  • 360-696-9560

 

  • 1-877-313-4455
  • 425-259-2827
  • 425-388-6323
  • 425-774-9843