SACIS is proud to provide medical advocacy to survivors in our service area. This is a necessary resource in which trained advocates provide information, as well as emotional and physical support to those seeking emergency medical attention after experiencing sexual assault.

Navigating these processes in the aftermath of sexual trauma can be extremely exhausting and emotionally taxing. In order to ensure survivors feel as cared for and supported as possible, SACIS supplies several physical resources to aid in this beginning stage of the healing journey.

August 21st through September 25th, we will be collecting donations of NEW and UNUSED/UNWORN/UNOPEN items for local survivors seeking medical treatment and utilizing medical advocacy services.

Items can be dropped off each Saturday during the 18th St. Farmer’s Market (7:30am-11:30am) at the SACIS resource table.

Should you be unable to donate during these times, please contact Kim White at to arrange an alternative time.

SACIS would be so appreciative of your participation in this resource drive. If you are interested in getting involved and supporting survivors in your community, please find the full list of needed items below.