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Screening for Sexual Assault


Sexual Assault Violence Screening Questions

1. Does someone close to you sometimes say insulting things or threaten you?

2. Has a friend, a date, or an acquaintance ever pressured or forced you into sexual activities when you did not want them? Touched you in a way that made you uncomfortable?

3. Has anyone ever exposed the sex organs of their body to you when you did not want it?

4. Has anyone ever touched the sex organs of your body when you did not want this?

5. Has anyone ever made you touch the sex organs of their body when you did not want this?

6. Has anyone ever forced you to have sex when you did not want this?

7. Has anyone ever threatened to have sex with you when you did not want it?

8. Is there someone you are afraid to disagree with because they might hurt you or other family members?

Other Available Screening Resources:

For anonymous inquiries, please contact us here or through KCSC’s 24/7 Victim Services Hotline (1-888-987-4561).


KCSC 24/7 victim services hotline

24-Hour Hotline Service (1-888-987-4561) KCSC’s domestic violence program supports emergency services to help victims stay safe in emergency situations through a Korean/Chinese/English language hotline service.

Crisis intervention

KCSC provides crisis intervention over the phone or at appointment-based in-person meetings in the office. Victim service coordinators help survivors assess the danger they are in and work with them to develop a safety plan. Victim service coordinators also conduct a needs assessment, address the survivors’ immediate needs, and provide ongoing comprehensive case management.

Emergency financial assistance

KCSC 2019 data shows that 64% of our domestic violence clients were unemployed when they first came to KCSC for services. Financial difficulties are among the top reasons that victims remain trapped in abusive relationships. Every year, KCSC receives generous donations from the community through the Sharing Love Campaign. KCSC uses these funds to assist clients with expenses such as rent, transportation, grocery, and utility payments. KCSC also supports their independent financial planning to help with long-term financial stability.

Individualized case management and wrap around services

KCSC supports the pursuit of victims’ safety, empowerment, and welfare by establishing a support plan according to the individual situation of each victim.

KCSC provides support services in one place for a victim’s convenience by working in conjunction with other KCSC programs.

These include:

  • Immigration services
  • Social services
  • Health promotion services
  • Mental health counseling services
  • Job readiness education and services
  • Family financial literacy education services

On-site legal clinic and referrals to pro-bono lawyers

KCSC partners with local, pro-bono legal resource centers to provide free legal counseling to survivors who have concerns regarding protective orders, child custody, and divorce.

Court accompaniment

Navigating the court system could be daunting. KCSC’s victim service provides court companionship and emotional support for survivors during the petition and court hearing processes. 

Transitional housing

KCSC’s Transitional Housing Program provides shelter and support services to survivors of Domestic Violence and their dependent children, preventing homelessness and ensuring safe and affordable housing options within the community. Depending on eligibility requirements and each survivor’s individual circumstances, the victim service coordinator will determine and adjust the length of stay and types of support that are needed.

KCSC’s Transitional Housing Program honors each clients’ process of healing and the timeline for support greatly depends on each survivor’s situation and goals. KCSC’s victim service coordinators support victims with ongoing case management and help them to find permanent homes.

Trauma-informed supportive counseling

KCSC provides trauma-informed supportive counseling for emotional stabilization and recovery. Certain individuals receiving services may have experienced trauma or are still experiencing trauma in their lives. This may particularly be the case for survivors of domestic violence. Trauma-informed care is a treatment framework that involves understanding, recognizing, and responding to the effects of all types of traumas. Trauma-informed care also emphasizes physical, psychological and emotional safety for clients and helps survivors rebuild a sense of control and empowerment.

Support Groups

KCSC provides a support group once every two months to help survivors cope with challenges, changes to living situations, and to learn new skills and have a chance to enjoy life with other survivors.


Domestic violence prevention seminars and workshops

In hopes of the increased awareness of domestic violence in the Asian community, the KCSC Victim Services team provides free community workshops for the community members in Korean, Chinese, and English. The participants should expect to gain basic knowledge of domestic violence, dating violence, and sexual violence issues in the Asian community. In addition, the participants will learn about the available resources in the community. For any workshop requests, please email Program Director Pyo Wook Han ( 


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