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How WestCASA can help:
Counselling to help you deal with your feelings about what has happened and any concerns or problems you may have because of the assault.
Information about common difficulties people experience after an assault and how to manage these.
Information about your legal options.
Assistance with the legal process such as liaising with police, preparing to be a witness and organising support for you in court.
Referrals to doctors who are sensitive to the needs of someone who has been sexually assaulted.
Counsellors who will listen, believe and support you.
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