Interpreters can be provided for any language, spoken or signed.For more information, call our main office line at (816) 931-4527.Today, most studies regarding the prevalence of homosexuality involve adult subjects (5-10%), but these figures also appear to be consistent with the available data concerning adolescents.In 1990, Ramafedi et al conducted the Demography of Sexual Orientation in Adolescents study.Advocates are on stand-by 24-hours a day to provide support, information, and referrals to victims and their families at hospitals throughout the metropolitan area.For a map of hospitals where MOCSA provides hospital advocacy, click here.24-Hour Crisis Line Trained MOCSA staff and volunteers answer a bi-state 24-hour anonymous hotline at any time of the day or night.The line is open to anyone who has questions or issues related to sexual violence.
MOCSA advocates are available to accompany victims to file initial police reports, to provide support during detective interviews, and throughout the court process.
Things to consider before going to the hospital for a forensic exam: Police and Court Advocacy It is always a survivor’s right to choose whether to report a sexual assault.
Should someone wish to make a report, it should be done soon after the incident.
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