Are you a medical provider assisting a sexual assault victim in applying for free medical care? Visit the SAVE Fund page in the Medical Provider’s section.
Free Medical Care for Crime Victims
The Sexual Assault Victims’ Emergency Medical Response (SAVE) Fund makes medical exams available to every victim of sexual assault in Oregon – regardless of your ability to pay.
If you are a victim of sexual assault the SAVE Fund will pay for:
- the cost of a sexual assault medical exam
- medications to prevent sexually transmitted diseases
- emergency contraception
- pregnancy test up to 7 days after the assault
- up to 5 counseling sessions
Applying for the SAVE Fund
Medical providers have SAVE Fund applications on site and will help you complete the short, confidential form. The medical provider will then submit the application, along with a bill, to the Crime Victim and Survivor Services Division.
Victims of sexual assault are also encouraged to apply to the Oregon Crime Victims’ Compensation Program.
Proposed Administrative Rule Change to SAVE Fund
Effective July 1, 2019, the SAVE Fund will begin paying for all services given in conjunction with a sexual assault exam. For more information on the proposed rule changes and a copy of the new rule language, see this link: SAVE Fund Proposed Rule Changes
If you have any questions regarding the SAVE Fund, please contact Valerie Smith at 503-378-5348, or Valerie.Smith@doj.state.or.us.