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Sexual Assault Resources

It's not your fault. We are here to support you.

To talk to someone, call our Helpline: 406-752-7273

The Abbie Shelter provides care and services for people who have experienced sexual assault. Here are several resources to help you find support or information. We hope it helps you feel less alone.

Almost all sexual assaults (95%!) are committed by someone you already know, like a current partner, ex-partner, family member, or friend. If you didn’t consent, it’s not okay. We are here to support you in your healing.

SANE exams

Sexual assault exams are free, confidential, and conducted by a qualified nurse. It is not connected to a police report. We will go with you if you like.

Logan Health Hospital

330 Conway Dr, Kalispell MT 59901



A harm reduction vending machine that offers essential items like condoms, pregnancy tests, and Plan B. Located by the 2nd floor elevator.

Flathead Family Planning

1035 1st Ave W, Kalispell, MT 59901


STD testing

Getting tested for a sexually transmitted disease will help you find peace of mind or appropriate medical care.


Flathead Family Planning

1035 1st Ave W 3rd Fl, Kalispell MT 59901


For tests in other areas of the state, visit:

Get Tested, Montana!

National Sexual Assault Hotline

1-800-656-HOPE (4673)


The Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network is the nation's largest anti sexual violence organization: helping survivors, educating the public, improving public policy, and consulting and training.

National Sexual Violence Resource Center

NSVRC provides research & tools to advocates working on the frontlines to end sexual harassment, assault, and abuse with the understanding that ending sexual violence also means ending racism, sexism, and all forms of oppression.

How to TALK about sexual assault:

T - Thank them for telling you

A - Ask them how you can help

L - Listen without judgment

K - Keep supporting


Learn more at

What to say:

"This wasn't your fault."

"I'm sorry this happened to you."

"I believe you."

"Your reaction is normal."

What NOT to say:

"Are you sure that's what happened?"


"What were you wearing?"

"Why didn't you call the police?"

Friends & Family Toolkit for Supporting a
Loved One 
After Sexual Violence

What To Do If You're Raped: An ABC
For Native Girls
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