Mental Health Resources


Free, Self-Help Tool

Check out this online free, brief, confidential tool to learn about coping skills and substance use after sexual assault.

Therapy After Sexual Assault

A therapy research study for distress after sexual assault is available at MUSC. As part of the study, eligible participants receive 5 therapy sessions. All study visits can be done online.
Payment of up to $472 is available for those who qualify. You may be eligible if you are a woman, 18 years or older, experienced a recent sexual assault, and drink alcohol.
Call or text our research coordinator to learn more at: 843-806-7723

National Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center

Sexual Assault Services at the National Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center
Tri-County SPEAKS has a partnership with mental health providers at the National Crime Victims.

Research and Treatment Center to offer the following services:
-Free phone calls to check-in on well-being and help getting connected with resources during the 3 months following sexual assault.
-Up to 5 free sessions with a mental health provider focused on managing stress after sexual assault for people who have experienced sexually assault in the past 3 months.
-Therapy for trauma is also offered. Therapy for trauma can be offered any time, even if the sexual assault happened years ago. There are options for people who lack payment.
Call or text our care coordinator, Katie Mai, to learn more at: 843-860-5544

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