Hospital Advocacy

When a person who has been sexually assaulted arrives at a hospital, specially-trained hospital advocates are often made available to the survivor. Hospital advocates are usually not medical professionals; their primary duties are to offer emotional support, help with safety planning, and explain the available forensic evidence and legal options so that the survivor can make informed choices.

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