Sexual Assault Services

What is a Sexual Assault?

Sexual assault or Rape is forcing or coercing an individual to engage in ANY non-consensual sexual contact or sexual penetration. In Michigan, the law regarding sexual assault is called the Criminal Sexual Conduct (CSC) Act. It is gender neutral and includes marital, stranger, date, acquaintance, and child sexual assault.

  • There are four degrees of CSC in Michigan.

  • Criminal sexual conduct does not require a witness other than the victim.

  • Sexual Assault is a CRIME, even if the assailant is your dating partner or spouse.

What can EVE do for me as a Sexual Assault Survivor?

EVE offers free and confidential Specialized Sexual Assault Advocacy and Counseling within Ingham and Eaton County. You do not need to reside in one of these counties to receive services.

What if I Am Experiencing Changes?

Emotional, Behavioral or Physical changes are common after a sexual assault. Taking care of yourself emotionally, physically and mentally is important. Try to find safe places and people to surround yourself with. Remember what happened to you is not your fault. You did not deserve to be assaulted.

“There is a much larger debt than kindness we owe sex-crimes victims brave enough to seek justice – we owe them a skillful, effective response."

- Alice Vachss

Other Sexual Assault Services

​​Call us:


Crisis Line: 372-5572

​Find us: 

PO Box 14149

Lansing, MI. 48901

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