ACESDV Releases SARP Funding

ACSEDV announced their SARP Funding starting in September of 2023. This video is the ASL version of their written announcement. You can apply for SARP here: For additional support in ASL, reach out to us at our business line: 480-447-8740

Text included from ACESDV in video:

The Arizona Sexual Assault Reimbursement Program (SARP) provides reimbursement to survivors of sexual assault who have incurred medical bills as a direct result of the assault. The program can cover medical costs from the initial visit and follow-up care for physical injuries, lab work associated with aftercare, medication (including, but not limited to, STI and HIV prevention/prophylaxis, emergency contraception (otherwise known as “Plan B,”), or other medications as prescribed), medical transportation, and treatment for sexually transmitted infections. 


To be eligible for reimbursement under SARP: 

  1. The assault must have occurred on or after January 1st, 2022
  2. The assault occurred OR patient received acute medical treatment in the state of Arizona 
  3. Patient sought and received Medical Forensic Exam (MFE) following sexual assault 
  4. Patient provided signed Release of Information (ROI) along with SARP application 
  5. If patient sought medical forensic exam and was not able to receive one, certification of such must be provided by medical staff, medical billing department, and/or victim advocate 
  6. In addition to MFE, patient received acute medical treatment for related injuries within 30 days of assault 

ACESDV’s SARP cannot reimburse expenses that are eligible for reimbursement by other sources, including insurance.   

  • Patient must be 18 years or older at the time of application to receive reimbursement.
  • If patient is under the age of 18, a parent or guardian must apply for reimbursement on the patient’s behalf  
  • Patient does NOT need to report to law enforcement to be eligible for reimbursement under SARP

Complete the SARP application here

If you’d like additional assistance or have questions, please contact the Arizona Sexual and Domestic Violence Helpline.