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A sexual violation is sexual behavior that is against your will. Regardless of what you said or how you acted, you may have been physically and emotionally hurt and need to obtain help. The major concern is to ensure that you have the support and assistance you need.
If you are being hurt by or feel afraid of someone you are close to or if you have been sexually violated, there is help available. Call the Health Services Counseling Department at 726-7913 to schedule an appointment.
PAVSA (Program for Aid to Victims of Sexual Assault) provides services to survivors of sexual assault. PAVSA Advocates are available in the WRAC Office, Mon and Thurs, 6-9pm.
The campus climate site provides information about reporting options and resources on campus and in our community for survivors of sexual assault. http://www.d.umn.edu/chancellor/climate/reporting/SexualAssault.html
Please review this list of campus and community resources specifically for victims of sexual assault and/or relationship violence.