What to do
Find a safe location away from the perpetrator.
Call 911 immediately.
Report to Law Enforcement.
Seek medical care as soon as possible. Even if you do not have any visible physical injuries, you may be at risk of acquiring a sexually transmitted disease. Women may also be at risk for pregnancy.
If you suspect you have been drugged, request that a urine sample be collected to preserve evidence.
Ask a trusted friend to be with you for moral support.
Know that what happened was not your fault.
Preserve all evidence of the attack:
Do not bathe, wash your hands, brush your teeth, eat, or smoke.
If you are still in the location at which the crime occurred, do not clean or straighten up, or remove anything.
Write down all the details you can recall about the attack and the perpetrator.
Healing from an attack takes time. Give yourself the time you need, and know that it is never too late to get help.