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If you or someone you are concerned about has been sexually assaulted or is in emotional crisis due to sexual assault or other traumatic event, call (206) 744-1600.
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**All Guidelines are meant to be used by staff who have sufficient training in child abuse investigative interviewing and/or medical examinations of sexual abuse victims.


Harborview Center for Sexual Assault and Traumatic Stress is a beneficiary of the upcoming play “Telling: Adult Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse Step into the Light”. Committee for Children (CFC) and Oregon Abuse Advocates and Survivors in Service (OAASIS) are proud to present the upcoming production of TELLING: Adult Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse Step into the Light. The play features seven courageous adult survivors who step into the light and reveal their secrets to the audience. Their true stories are woven together to create a tapestry of pain, secrecy, and ultimately, hope. Written by Margie Boule' and directed by Jamie M. Rea, TELLING will run March 31-April 2 at the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute in recognition of Child Abuse Prevention Month. For details on dates, location and ticket costs, click here.

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HCSATS, in partnership with Seattle Children’s, recently produced a new resource for parents, caregivers, and other caring adults to help them prevent the sexual abuse of children.  You can click on the image to the right or read more online here. To order copies of the booklet, please complete this online form.

Early, Open, Often: Learn how to start an open conversation with children about sexual abuse and having the conversation with them early and often. Website

Children Hurt Too Booklet: This booklet provides information and resources on responding to children exposed to domestic violence. The booklet was originally funded by the King County Department of Community and Human Services, Community Services Division, Women’s Program; and Domestic Violence/Child Protective Services Collaboration Project and King County VAWA Grant # 97-WF-VX-0053. Booklet in English or Booklet in Spanish

Read this story from NY Magazine for a compelling description of why it is so difficult for victims of alcohol or drug facilitated rape to come forward and receive support.

Watch this excellent PSA on saying "no" to sexual assault and domestic violence.

Harborview Center for Sexual Assault and Traumatic Stress now has 4 locations. We continue to provide services at our Seattle office and have added offices in Redmond, Shoreline and Factoria. Accessing services for any of our offices can happen by calling our main number: 206-744-1600. Click here to find the location that is most convenient to you. Trauma therapy, advocacy, and support services are provided to children and adults at all 3 locations. Legal advocates are available through Seattle Police Department (SPD) for crimes committed in Seattle including sexual assault, child abuse and violent crime and from KCSARC for sexual assault that takes place outside of Seattle. HCSATS offers legal advocacy as part of the counseling and we collaborate with the SPD advocates for crimes that take place in Seattle, and with KCSARC for sexual assault taking place in other jurisdictions.

Prevention and education services will continue to be provided by Rebecca Milliman. Requests for prevention and education services can be made by contacting the HCSATS main number and asking for her.

Harborview and KCSARC are committed to continuing the high quality services to victims and their family members in east and north King County and we are happy to answer any questions and address any concerns you may have.