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Services Offered By SASS:

SASS Client Bill of Rights

As a client of Sexual Assault Support Services you have the following rights while working with us:

Grievance Procedure

Any person who believes that his or her rights as a client of this agency have been violated should contact the Director of Client Services. If this course of action does not prove to be satisfactory, please contact the Executive Director or the Board of Directors for further attention to your concerns.

Non-Discrimination Policy

Sexual Assault Support Services does not discriminate on the basis of gender, age, health status (including HIV-positive), physical, mental or emotional ability, sexual orientation, gender identity/ expression, socio-economic status, race, national origin, immigration status, or religious or political affiliation.

A Note on Confidentiality

As a survivor of sexual assault you have the right to confidentiality, under New Hampshire law RSA-173C. Sexual Assault Support Services recognizes that the Internet is not a confidential medium. Please do not email the office with any personal sexual assault history. If email is the best way for you to contact us, please include in the email the best way for us to respond. Let us know how we may specifically reach you. May we leave a message on your answering machine? May we call you at work? Is it better to reach you by mail? Although the Internet and email are very convenient ways to reach us, it is not confidential and SASS wants all individuals accessing our services to have the benefit of confidential communications.

If You Need Help

Call our 24-hour toll-free crisis hotline:
(888) 747-7070

or (603) 436-1627.