About Project Sarah

After a sexual assault, you may experience symptoms of anxiety, fear, sadness, increased alcohol use, or other difficulties with participating in life the way you used to before the event. Project SARAH is a University of Washington research study conducted through the Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences and the Department of Psychology. We are offering free, online short-term treatment. You may earn up to $277 for participating.

If you think this study might be right for you or if you’d like more information, give us a call or send us an email using the form below. Expect to hear back from a team member within 48-72 hours during regular business hours. If you need immediate attention or are seeking crisis resources, we encourage you to go to your nearest emergency room, call 911, or contact one of the following crisis lines. 

National suicide prevention lifeline: (800) 273-8255
King County crisis line: (206) 461-3222

A list of WA county crisis lines can be found at this website:  https://www.hca.wa.gov/health-care-services-supports/behavioral-health-recovery/mental-health-crisis-lines

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