Copper Shores Community Health Foundation expands sexual assault hotline services to four counties

The Copper Shores Community Health Foundation (CSCHF) has launched a new sexual assault hotline for residents of Baraga, Houghton, Keweenaw, and Ontonagon counties. This initiative was prompted by the closure of the area’s Crisis Line, leaving many individuals without access to the support they needed.

The CSCHF’s sexual assault hotline is available 24/7 and staffed by professionals from the Michigan Coalition to End Domestic & Sexual Violence. These trained professionals are equipped to provide resources, listen to your story, connect you with law enforcement if necessary, and help you find additional support services. Whether someone is seeking to talk about their experience or report an ongoing situation, the hotline is there to assist.

According to Rebecca Crane, senior program director at CSCHF, this hotline is meant to be a safe space for individuals who have experienced sexual assault, whether recently or in the past. It is never too late to seek help and there are always people available to provide support and guidance.

If you or someone you know needs assistance, you can dial 1 (906) 482-5797 to reach the sexual assault hotline. Additional resources and hotlines can also be found on the CSCHF website. Remember that help is always available whenever you need it.

By Sophia Gonzalez

As a content writer at, I am dedicated to crafting engaging stories that captivate our readers. With a knack for turning complex topics into accessible and compelling narratives, I weave words together to inform and inspire. My passion lies in delivering accurate and thought-provoking content that keeps our audience informed and entertained. From breaking news stories to in-depth features, I strive to bring a fresh perspective to every piece I create. Join me on this journey of exploration and discovery through the power of words at

Leave a Reply