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Sexual assault affects every part of someone's life - their body, their emotions, their thoughts, their behaviors, their spirituality, their job and their relationships with friends, family, coworkers and even strangers. 

KASAP offers many resources that can help you to help yourself and/or others with the initial reactions to being sexually assaulted, medical assistance, legal questions and information regarding persons with disabilities. 

KASAP provides technical assistance to member programs and other professionals; advocates for improvements in public policy; fosters coalition building among members and those with common concerns; promotes prevention and public awareness regarding sexual assault and related issues; and maintains resources for Rape Crisis Center staff and the public.