A sexual assault is a  

 medical emergency 

Visit your health center immediately. You must receive PEP, medicine to prevent HIV, within the next 72 hours after the attack.

 It is essential that they be guaranteed: 

E

You have the right to receive the emergency contraceptive pill (ECP) in the first 72 hours after the assault.

E

You have the right to pregnancy termination (according to the laws of your country); to have counseling, prophylaxis against sexual transmited diseases (STD), as well as psychological and legal support.

 It is essential that they be guaranteed: 

E

You have the right to receive the emergency contraceptive pill (ECP) in the first 72 hours after the assault.

E

You have the right to pregnancy termination (according to the laws of your country); to have counseling, prophylaxis against sexual transmited diseases (STD), as well as psychological and legal support.

 Kingston 

E

Call the Woman Inc. hotline (regardless your genre)

E

24 hours

 Montego Bay  

E

Call the Woman Inc. hotline (regardless your genre)

E

Monday – Friday

E

9:00 am – 5:00 pm

 National norms and other information 

CONTACT

183 Hagley Park Road, Kingston 11, Jamaica

Office:   (876) 313-3340

WhatsApp:  (876) 771-3243

Administration: (876) 797-3436

Hours: Monday to Friday 9 am to 5 pm

Saturday 10 am to 2 pm (appointment only)

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