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They figured they could handle it themselves, but over time, it is not uncommon for additional layers of stress or trauma to finally overwhelm them,” said Bette Inch, the senior victim assistance adviser for the Do D Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office.
The Do D estimates that about 6,300 military men experienced some kind of sexual assault in 2016.
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In the Safe Help Room, service members can speak anonymously to their peers. “Most men find it reassuring to talk to someone who is going through a similar experience,” said SAPRO Deputy Director Dr. We think this is a place for men to do exactly that.” Specially trained Safe Helpline personnel moderate chats to make sure all of those who join stay anonymous and that the sessions are safe and supportive for everyone involved.
Starting this month, Safe Help Room sessions specifically for men will be held from 1 p.m. Moderators can also provide referrals and help keep the conversation focused on individual needs.
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