For Adolescents & Adults

There is no “right way” of dealing with sexual violence, sexually transmitted diseases.  Our team of professional forensic examiners are here to provide you a resource to help you, your children or your adults you might be a caregiver for.

It’s never wrong to report sexual violence of any kind – never let anyone make you feel less of a person for doing so.

For Children

If you are a child..

  • Get to a safe place and call 911.
  • Do not shower, bathe, or brush your teeth.
  • Do not eat, drink, or smoke.
  • Do not use the toilet, but if you must, do not wipe with toilet paper.
  • Do not change your clothing.

For Military

You can call our highly experienced clinical team if your child, teenager or family is going through difficulties.

Medico Legal Reports
Occupational Health
Locums and Staffing
Neuropsychological Assessments
Mental Capacity Assessments

Are You or a Loved one in Danger or have you been Assaulted?

Sexual Assaults are happening every 68 seconds.  As of 07/29/14 the total count is: 

3,222,364

IF YOU ARE ASSAULTED.

Immediate Instructions:

Get to a safe place and call 911

By limiting bathing, brushing your teeth, eating, drinking, smoking, using the toilet, or changing your clothing, you can help preserve evidence.

Welcome To The Sexaual Assault Treatment Center

Sometimes the difference between justice and injustice - is a forensic nurse. - Anonymous

We recognize that sexual assault is complicated and confusing—and difficult to talk about. Sexual assault is one of the most under reported (and not talked about) crimes that include rape, fondling, molestation and any other sexual contact that is unwanted and non-consensual.

There is no “right way” of dealing with sexual violence, sexually transmitted diseases.  Our team of professional forensic examiners are here to provide you a resource to help you, your children or your adults you might be a caregiver for.

Take the First Step to Help

Call the S.A.T.C. TODAY

(260)423-2222

How To Support the Center

Walkthrough Video

If you have never been to the Sexual Assault Treatment Center, then here is a perfect opportunity to see what goes on.  Leslie Cook takes us on a walkthrough of the center and what a patient would experience should our services ever be needed.

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