Many victims face barriers when seeking help in the aftermath of sexual assault. Seek Then Speak and Victim Link can help eliminate these barriers and empower survivors to explore their options for reporting a sexual assault and obtaining assistance, all from the safety and privacy of their own homes.
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More than 120 Agencies Have Subscribed
Join Nampa, Idaho; San Luis Obispo, California; and the more than 120 law enforcement agencies, victim services organizations, and campus Title IX offices across the nation that have already chosen Seek Then Speak and Victim Link for their communities.
To date, there have been an estimated 32,000 visits to the Seek Then Speak website, a free resource to all. Adding a Victim Link subscription gives survivors a direct line to their local police, victim services, or Title IX office, putting victims in the driver’s seat so they can make the decision that is best for them.
There is Still Time to Apply for a No-Cost Subscription
Apply for a one-year, no-cost subscription to Victim Link! The application process is simple and can be completed online. Apply here: https://www.voice.tech/victimlink/nocost.
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