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What is Sexual Assult?

Sexual Assault occurs when a person is forced or manipulated into unwanted sexual activity. It can include failed attempts and does not always involve force or threats. 

There are many types of sexual violence including rape, child sexual abuse, and can even occur between intimate partners.

Who are Victims?

1 out of every 6 American women has been the victim of an attempted or completed rape in her lifetime (RAINN)

1 in 5 women and 1 in 71 men will be a victim of sexual assault in their lifetime according to the CDC. (CDC)

1 in 4 Girls and 1 in 6 Boys experience sexual abuse before the age of 18. (NSVRC)

Who are Perpetrators?

Most often rapes are committed by someone known to the victim.

Offenders are overwhelmingly male, ranging from adolescents to the elderly (victimsofcrime.org)

Some perpetrators are female.  It is estimated that women are the abusers in about 14% of cases reported among boys and 6% of cases reported among girls. (victimsofcrime.org)

Legal Help


Guidance through the legal processes of protection orders and support during court proceedings.

Medical Advocacy


Information and support related to the forensic medical examination and assistance with Crime Victim Compensation applications is provided by trained advocates.

Parent Education


Offered to parents of young victims to help understand offender behavior,  the needs of their child post abuse, and concrete ways to continually support their child’s healing.

Support Groups


Fellow survivors come together in a supportive environment to share your experiences, strength and hope with each other.

Human Response Network

Contact Us

Phone: (360) 748-6601
Toll Free: (800) 244-7414
Español: (360) 880-0515
Fax: (360) 748-6630
Email: info@hrnlc.org


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P.O. Box 337
Chehalis, WA 98532

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