Sexual Assault Services

24-Hour Crisis Hotline

If you need help – you DO NOT have to be alone! Sexual Assault is a crime!

Our advocate for sexual assault victims provides support and guidance to those affected by sexual assault. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!

Additionally, we provide education on sexual assault, harassment, and stalking.

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Our Services Offered by FSAHC

A confidential 24-hour sexual assault crisis hotline. ALL services are provided FREE of charge.

24-Hour Advocacy & Support

Advocacy and support are available 24/7 at police stations, Sheriff’s departments, and hospital emergency rooms.

Legal Advocacy

Our advocates will assist victims with filing a protective order and support them through the legal system.

Support Groups

Support groups are offered for survivors of rape and sexual abuse.

Professional Training & Consultation

We offer professional training and consultation with police departments, hospitals, schools, and others in the community

Prevention Education for Schools

Sexual abuse and sexual assault prevention education for the schools.

In The Event of a Sexual Assault

First, get to a safe location

Call 911

Consider calling someone you trust for support:

This could be a friend, relative, or your local Sexual Assault Crisis Line.

If you think you may want evidence collected:

DO NOT eat or drink anything or go to the bathroom.

Try not to CHANGE your clothes, bathe, or use any feminine cleansing products until you have reviewed all of your options.

If you have any medical concerns or you are considering evidence collection, you can go to the nearest hospital emergency room

It is suggested that you bring a change of clothing with you if possible.

ANY clothes worn at the time of the assault may be collected as evidence.

At The Hospital

A trained sexual assault advocate can accompany you to the hospital and/or police station. The advocate is there to offer you support, answer your questions, and help you through the process.

An advocate can talk with you about your options, including decisions around reporting. The information you share with a sexual assault advocate is confidential.

Services are available regardless of whether or not you decide to report the incident to the police.

A trained medical professional can assess for injuries, STDs, and pregnancy. The staff can answer your medical questions and gather evidence if you choose to report the assault.

Adults who go to a hospital do not have to report the assault.


  • Sexual assault can be a life-threatening situation and whatever you did to survive was the right thing to do.
  • Sexual assault can happen to anyone.
  • Sexual violence is never the victim’s fault.
  • No one deserves to be assaulted.
  • There is no one “right” response to sexual violence.
  • Contact a sexual assault advocate to find out what your options are!


RAINN is the National Sexual Assault Hotline.

FREE. Confidential. Available 24/7.

From the Indiana Coalition to END Sexual Assault & Human Trafficking.

Sexual Assault among Indiana’s Youth.

You DO NOT have to be alone! Sexual Assault is a crime!

Advocates are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!

Toll Free

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Our Location

Family Service Association
618 S. Main Street
Kokomo, IN 46901

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Monday-Thursday 8:30am-5pm
Friday 8:30am-3:00pm

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