The Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Program is committed to ensuring anyone who has experienced a sexual assault can receive help. As such, the SAPR program aims to provide materials that ensures everyone is included in efforts. How can Marines help support this goal?
SAPR services are available for:
If someone is not eligible, Sexual Assault Response Coordinators or SAPR Victim Advocates will connect that person to appropriate supportive services. Check the Family Advocacy Program page to learn about support available for children and intimate partners who have experienced a sexual assault.
When a victim of sexual assault decides to report, it's important to understand the options available. Knowing the difference between Restricted and Unrestricted Reporting will help you avoid issues down the road. Let's take a closer look.
Your friend calls and tells you the unthinkable. He/she has been sexually assaulted. Consider these "Dos" and "Don'ts" when offering support to a victim.
If you are a victim of sexual assault, there are a number of things you may want to consider doing to keep yourself safe and healthy.