Sexual Assault & Abuse

We created these Fact Sheets so you could have access to reliable, helpful, and gospel-minded information on a variety of topics relevant to women. You may use them to confront personal challenges, learn more about women's issues, support family members and friends, or even plan a Relief Society lesson or class presentation. Hard copies are available free of charge in our office, or you may download and print these PDF versions yourself. 

Below are some additional resources, links, and articles you may find useful.

BYU Voices of Courage Campaign - Engaging Men and Women as Allies in the Fight Against Abuse
BYU's Title IX Website
• Helping Students Who Have Been Sexually Assaulted
• "It's On Us" National Campign
"Start By Believing" Victims of Sexual Assault

• The Joyful Heart Foundation
• "No More" Organization - Together We Can End Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence
• Center for Women and Children in Crisis (Utah County)
Rape Recovery Center (Salt Lake County)
BYU Counseling and Psychological Services
• BYU Comprehensive Clinic

If you have been sexually assaulted and would like to speak with someone immediately, you can call any of the following to be connected with a crisis counselor at any time, day or night:

• Utah County Sexual Assault Crisis Line: 801-356-2511 or toll-free 888-421-1100
• Rape Recovery Center Crisis Line: 801-467-7273
• BYU Police 801-422-2222