Yes. Both Park County Sheriff’s Office Victim Services and PeaceWorks have a list of therapists for both adult and child victims. Again, Victim Compensation will, in most cases, pay for this treatment.
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If it is child sexual abuse, yes.If it is an adult, no.
However, you have the option of being examined at a hospital with a SANE program where you will be examined (at no cost to you) for any injury and given treatment and information re: STDs (sexually transmitted diseases) and/or pregnancy. Evidence is collected and is held for up to two years. If you chose to report at any time during this 2-year period the evidence will be handed over to the law enforcement agency where the crime occurred per your instructions.
You may also call the Mountain Peace Shelter, (303) 838-8181 for confidential assistance with this process.
SANE (Sex Assault Nurse Examiner)/FNE (Forensic Nurse Examiner) is specifically trained to examine sexual assault victims for injuries, collect evidence (forensic evidence), provide medications to prevent sexually transmitted infection and give information to prevent pregnancy.
The hospitals with SANE programs that are closest to Park County are: St. Anthony Central - Denver Memorial Hospital - Colorado Springs Summit Medical Center - Frisco