SAOP is required to report abuse that occurs to individuals under the age of 18. If you chose to call our hotline, please ask questions of the advocate to be sure you understand this policy before sharing any confidential information.

  • Register to be notified when perpetrators of violence are released or moved to a new facility
  • Resolve Crises
  • Receive Emotional Support
  • Connect survivor with needed resources and services in their communities (e.g., counseling, housing, and other benefits)
  • Schedule an appointment for in-person advocacy
  • Explain your rights as a victim of crime
  • Assist in developing a safety plan for you and your family
  • Accompany you during police reports
  • Juvenile Protection Orders
  • Temporary Protective Orders (TPOs)
  • Applying for free legal assistance for those who qualify
  • Emergency custody
  • Assure any physical injuries acquired are cared for
  • If desired, receive treatment to prevent pregnancy or STIs
  • To collect any evidence, regardless if you want to report to law enforcement
  • Referrals for alcohol, drug, case management and mental health services
  • Referrals for legal services/attorneys
  • Housing/shelter referrals
  • Food banks and clothing options
  • Title IX complaint filing
  • Juvenile CPO against harasser
  • Educational accommodations (e.g., classroom changes, dorm changes, extension on assignments, etc.)
  • Title VII compliant filing
  • CPO against harasser in workplace
  • Civil court accompaniment