Supporting a survivor of sexual assault can be an emotional and challenging experience, even for trained professionals. Disclosing a sexual assault can be extremely scary for a survivor as they may not be sure how a person may react. Your reaction to their disclosure and the support you provide them will be critical to their healing, especially if you are the first person they share their experience with. As professionals in a variety of fields, you may be in a position of supporting a sexual assault survivor and providing them with crucial information about their options and rights. These pages offer you up-to-date information so you can be educated about resources and options available to survivors of sexual assault in Colorado. We also include some helpful tips on what to say and where to refer a survivor when they need additional resources.