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The Network collectively unifies service providers to ensure survivors across our region have access to comprehensive domestic and sexual violence services.
The following member organizations are providing services to survivors in communities across our area throughout the public health pandemic.  Select a provider below for more information on services, hours, and location.

Howard Brown

Phone: 773-388-1600 (nursing and medical care) Phone: 773-388-1600 (ext. 2839) OR (ext. 2963) (case management) Phone: 773-388-1600 ext. 4767 (behavioral health and support group services) Website:


At Howard Brown, we understand the impact sexual assault has on our community, and we are proud to offer the first holistic LGBTQ specific sexual assault program in the nation.

We are committed to the hard work, tough conversations, accountability, and healing. No longer can we remain silent. We support you – in health, in pride, and In Power.

Howard Brown Health’s In Power Program provides free and confidential: medical services, medical advocacy, legal advocacy, and behavioral health services for survivors of sexual and intimate partner violence.

These services include:

  • MEDICAL SERVICES: STI testing, STI treatment, emergency contraception, full body exam
  • MEDICAL FORENSIC EXAM/RAPE KIT: evidence collection up to 7 days after an assault (beginning 2/15)
  • MEDICAL ADVOCACY: case management, crisis intervention, support in meeting day-to-day needs, referrals and linkage to community resources
  • LEGAL ADVOCACY: order of protection, support in court for issues impacted by sexual assault
  • BEHAVIORAL HEALTH: individual therapy, couples therapy, family therapy, and groups

Currently, our sexual assault services are available in person at Sheridan Rd and 63rd St or via telehealth. But you can receive your medical care at any Howard Brown location.




773-388-1600 (ext. 2839) OR (ext. 2963)


773-388-1600 ext. 4767


Comprehend the key objectives of the Illinois Department of Human Services ProtocolDemonstrate an understanding of essential PAIP curriculum componentsExhibit an understanding of an effective group process with appropriate co-facilitation skillsUnderstand and gain the tools to engage with difficult participantsBe familiar with PAIP Requirements and ReportingThis virtual PAIP training meets the DHS training requirement for PAIP staff; however, participants in this virtual training will be unable to use this training towards CPAIP certification, as ICDVP has not approved virtual trainings. CPAIP certification is voluntary and not required to run PAIP programming.

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