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Victim Services Pamphlet

Spanish Victim Services Pamphlet

You are A Survivor Booklet

Sexual Assault Hotlines

English: Utah’s 24-hour Sexual Violence Help Line: 801-736-4356

Spanish: Línea de Apoyo de Violencia Sexual las 24 Horas de Utah: (801) 924-0860

Emotional support and suicide prevention for LGBTQ youth: 1-866-488-7386

Sego Lily Crisis Hotline for Deaf and Hearing-Impaired Victims of Abuse:

Main Office Video Phone: 385-474-2083 (daytime), After Hours Video Phone: 1-855-812-1001

Stronghearts: Support for Native Victims 1-844-762-8483

National Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Sexual Assault Kit Information 1-801-893-1145, An advocate will help connect you to a law enforcement agency that will help answer your questions about the status of a recent sexual assault kit.

Online Support for Sexual Assault

Sexual Assault Kit Tracking System: To track your kit, please copy and paste this URL:

Look up the status of a specific sexual assault kit using date of birth and kit number.

Sexual Assault Kit Initiative (SAKI), Sexual Assault Kit Information Online offers Mental Health Funds for survivors with a previously unsubmitted, untested, or disposed of kit received by law enforcement prior to 03/22/2015. Please send this SAKI Treatment Fund Application to the SAKI email. Approvals are given within 30 days of application submission.

The Trevor Project Provides trained counselors for LGBTQ youth. Call, text, or chat anytime you need support. If you are thinking about suicide, or feeling lonely, they are there to listen.

 Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault (UCASA), Provides a wide variety of resources for Survivors, Advocates, Sexual Assault Nurses, and Community members.

 MenHealing, Gives healing resources and information for male survivors of sexual abuse and sexual assault.

 National Suicide Prevention, Free and confidential support is available 24/7 for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals in the US.

Utah Victim Rights

Victims and witnesses of crime have fundamental rights in the criminal justice process to ensure that all victims are treated with dignity, respect, courtesy, and sensitivity.  

Utah Legislature and Constitution protects and honors victims' rights.  You can locate these rights in the Utah Constitution, Article 28 and in the Utah Criminal Code at 77-37, 77-38 and 77-38a.

Victims have a right to:

  •  Be informed as to the level of protection from intimidation, free from harassment, harm and abuse available to them throughout the criminal justice process.
  • Be informed and assisted as to their role in the criminal justice process.
  • Have a clear explanation regarding relevant legal proceedings.
  • Have a secure waiting area that does not require them to be in close proximity to defendant or the family or friends of defendant
  • Seek restitution and reparations
  • Have any personal property returned to the victim when the court or prosecution no longer needed.
  • Reasonable employer intercession services to minimize employees’ loss of pay and other benefits resulting from their participation in the criminal justice process.
  • Victims have the right to object to a petition for expungement.
  • Should have a speedy disposition of the entire criminal justice process.
  • Timely notice of judicial proceedings they are to attend and timely notice of cancellations.

Victims' Rights listed are summarized from the Utah State Code §77-37. Refer to the code for exact and full language.