It is the goal of the Sexual Assault Counseling Center to provide information, outreach, direct services, advocacy, crisis counseling and therapy to clientele in a safe, confidential environment. The intent is to assist clients in gaining insight, clarity, empowerment, client centered solutions and life improvement in the wake of life’s difficulties and in the aftermath of traumatic events.
-24 hour hotline and referral
-individual ongoing counseling for survivors and significant others
-crisis intervention and outreach
-legal and medical advocacy
Anyone who has been sexually abused/assaulted recently or in the past.
Hours: 24 hours
Located inside the Help Center:
421 E. Peach
Bozeman, MT 59715
Help and Hope Brochure: Confidential options for victims and survivors of sexual assaul, domestic violence and stalking.
Roofies in Bozeman: Anonymous Survey on Incidents of Involuntary Drugging
The Bozeman Help Center’s Sexual Assault Counseling Center and the MSU VOICE Center are asking the community for their help in determining the extent of involuntary drugging in Bozeman. Over the past year, victim advocates and educators throughout the community have been hearing about an increasing number of these incidents where women and men have been drugged (also known as “roofied”) without their knowledge. Being involuntarily drugged is a crime, as defined by Montana code 45-9-101, even if no other crime is committed as a result of the drugging.
We are asking anyone who feels they were drugged at anytime in Bozeman to fill out a short, anonymous survey. The results of the survey will be compiled by staff members of the Bozeman Help Center and MSU VOICE Center and will be used to improve community awareness and develop effective intervention strategies.