If you, or someone you know, has been a victim of a sexual assault, see information for victims of sexual assault.

NSW Health has a network of specialist Sexual Assault Services (SAS) delivered by local health districts. Every local health district has an Sexual Assault Service that operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week. ​

For service locations and contact details, view the NSW Health Sexual Assault Services contact list.

Sexual Assault Services provide services to:

  • clients/patients
    • crisis and ongoing counselling which includes the provision of information and support
    • a specialised medical service which always includes general health and wellbeing assessment and treatment, if needed, and can include the collection of evidence (e.g DNA) related to the assault for legal purposes
    • support for non-offending family members, significant others and carers
    • advocacy
    • court preparation, court support and court reports
  • professionals
    • training
    • consultation
    • networking
    • interagency forums
  • community
    • education
    • awareness raising
    • prevention.
Current as at: Wednesday 27 June 2018