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Confidential Services are available!
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RAHS offers Counseling Services and Support Groups for all your care needs.
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RAHS Health Center Locations
Beecher High School
Carman-Ainsworth High School
Kearsley High School
Lincoln High School
Lincoln Middle School
Northwestern High School
Pathways to Success Academic Campus
Richfield Early Learning Center
Richfield Public School Academy
Scarlett Middle/Mitchell Elementary School
Ypsilanti Community High School
Ypsilanti Community Middle School
- Ypsi Middle Vision Day: May 11
- Ypsi High/Community Vision Day : May 25
- Ypsi High/Community Vision Day : June 8
- Run with RAHS 5K : Saturday, September 30
SAVE THE DATE!
HEALTH TIPSFor information on various health concerns, visit the University of Michigan Health Library.
April is Sexual Assault and Prevention Awareness Month
- Q. How common is sexual violence?
- -- Sexual violence affects nearly every household in America. Every 98 seconds, an American is sexually assaulted, and every eight minutes a child is sexually abused.
- -- One in six American women and one in 33 men have experienced sexual violence in their lifetimes.
- -- On average, there are 321,500 victims (age 12 or older) of rape and sexual assault each year in the United States.
- Q. Who are the perpetrators?
- -- The majority of perpetrators are someone the victim knows. Approximately seven out of 10 of sexual assaults are committed by someone known to the victim.
- -- For minors, that number is even higher. Of victims under 18 years old, 93% knew the perpetrator.
- -- Perpetrators of sexual violence are often serial criminals. Out of every 1,000 suspected rape perpetrators referred to prosecutors, 370 have at least one prior felony conviction, including 100 who have five or more.
- Q. What resources are available to survivors of sexual violence?
- -- The National Sexual Assault Hotline is free, confidential, and available 24/7. Survivors of sexual violence and their loved ones can contact the hotline by phone (800.656.HOPE) or chat online (online.rainn.org y en español rainn.org/es) to talk with someone who is trained to help.
- -- RAHS staff can help - contact your school-based health center!