To find your local rape crisis center visit http://www.icasa.org/crisisCenters.asp
ICASA consists of 34 sexual assault crisis centers and 26 satellite offices. Each center and satellite responds to victims of sexual assault. Staff and volunteers provide counseling, education and advocacy for victims and their families regardless of age, race or income. The rape crisis centers conduct training and prevention programs for local schools, law enforcement, hospitals and civic groups.
If you need information about sexual violence call an ICASA center. If you have been sexually assaulted recently or in the past, help is available. Call the 24-hour hotline to find out more about the counseling, advocacy and education services available to you.
To be connected with your local center please call RAINN at 1-800-656-HOPE or call your local rape crisis center. If you are a survivor living in Illinois your are entitled to free or low cost counseling, medical advocacy, and legal advocacy services. If you were recently assaulted and go to the emergency room you will be provided with care at no cost to you. You also may be entitled to assistance through the Victim's Compensation Fund to pay for related medical care, reimbursement of lost wages, tuition assistance, and treatment services related to the assault.