If you or somebody else is in immediate and physical danger, please call 911.
If you have experienced sexual assault:
- You are not alone.
- We believe you.
- Help is available.
Violations of your bodily autonomy are never acceptable, and they are not your fault. You deserve to feel safe.
Domestic Violence Intervention Services (DVIS) offers confidential services for all survivors of intimate partner and sexual violence regardless of race, religion, sexuality, immigration status, age, etc.
- Call the DVIS 24-Hour Crisis Line (918).743.5763 or (918)-7HELP.ME to speak with an advocate.
- Text the DVIS Help Line from 8 PM-1 AM. Text SAFE to 207-777 to speak with an advocate over text.
- DVIS works with Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE) to give survivors of sexual assault the option to have forensic evidence collected within 120 hours of an assault. This evidence can be used in prosecuting suspected rapists if the survivor chooses to file charges.
Sexual violence is common. According to the Center for Disease Control, over 50% of women and about 1 in 3 men have experienced physical sexual violence at some point in their life.
Sexual violence can result in physical harm and/or psychological distress. Survivors of sexual assault may confront a wide range of issues like bruising/genital injuries, sexually transmitted infections, pregnancy, depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, etc. It is important to get help to avoid further, long-term harm.
|24-Hour Information & Crisis Line||DVIS|
|National Sexual Assault Hotline||1.800.656.HOPE or 1.800.656.4673
|Where to get STI/HIV testing||Tulsa Health Department
|Mental Health Resources/Services||Mental Health Association of Oklahoma|