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Sexual assault is an act of violence. Crimes of violence affect everyone, regardless of gender, and can occur in any relationship whether you are straight, gay, lesbian, transgender, queer or questioning. Survivors of sexual assault may feel a range of emotions – from shock and disbelief to shame and guilt. The variety of emotions experienced by a survivor can be overwhelming and they may not know who they can ask for help. This guide is an effort to give students resources to assist them in their recovery.
Remember, you are a survivor. It took a great deal of courage and personal strength to survive your assault. As you begin or continue the process of recovering, remember that there are people in your community who care about you and can help you and your loved ones.