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Survivors of Sexual Assault Deserve Appropriate and Consistent Medical Care!
Survivors of sexual assault require specialized medical care from trained professionals who see them in the emergency department. Unfortunately, Americans around the country lack access to sexual assault care and services, which endangers patients as well as the ability to prosecute these heinous crimes. 

The Survivors’ Access to Supportive Care Act, S. 926/H.R. 2145 would improve and expand access to sexual assault care by creating a grant program to train new SANE/SAFE in rural and tribal communities, require colleges and universities to provide more information to students about sexual assault care services, and direct HHS to establish a pilot training and continuing education program, to be tested and incorporated nationwide, including in rural areas. In addition, SASCA would lead to state-level surveys to help identify gaps in service areas for survivors of sexual assault.

Survivors need specialized care. We can help them get it.

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