Went on a date and may have been sexually assaulted

Welcome! You have now arrived at our web site designed to provide you with links about what to do if you, or someone you know, went on a date and think that they may have been sexually assaulted.

What to do if you went on a date and may have been sexually assaulted:

*If you would like to make a police report, immediately notify law enforcement. A victim advocate will be available to assist you in exploring your options. An advocate can be reached at (352) 392-5648 or (352) 392-1111.

*If you think that you have been raped, you should follow the same procedures you would in any other rape situation. See “What to do if Raped”.

*If you think that you might have been drugged, call a friend, the police, a doctor, or 911 and get to a hospital. Even if you are unsure, you should report your suspicion that you may have been drugged to law enforcement.

University of Florida Web Sites:

UF Policy of Sexual Assault & Other Information You Need to Know


Sexual Trauma/Interpersonal Violence Education