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Prevention Tips to Reduce Your Risk of Acquaintance & Date Rape:

If You Have Been Raped:

You may have external injuries such as bruises, cuts or broken bones, or internal injuries. It is important that you seek medical attention immediately. For your own health, go to the emergency room at the nearest hospital. To preserve evidence of the rape, do not shower, douche, change clothes, eat, drink or go to the bathroom. If you need help or someone to talk to, call our 24-hour hotlines at (610)372-9540 or (610)372-7463 (Español).