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Date Rape Drug Testing

 

What if I think I was deliberately incapacitated with drugs or alcohol?

Signs you may have been given a date rape drug:

  • You suddenly feel very drunk or disoriented after having had only 1 or 2 drinks.
  • You suddenly feel drowsy and have trouble focusing or controlling your movements.
  • You remember very little after accepting a beverage.
  • You awaken hours later and find yourself completely or partially undressed, or notice soreness indicating that sexual contact may have occurred.

Report the incident:

  • Contact the Sexual Violence Support Coordinator (614-292-9111).

Testing for date rape drugs:

  • The Sexual Violence Support Coordinator will help determine what community services you may need. She can refer you to Student Life Student Health Services for drug testing.
  • Urine testing for drugs must be done within 96 hours (4 days) of the suspected drug ingestion and costs $260 which will not be submitted to insurance.
  • You may apply for assistance with the cost of the drug test through the Sexual Violence Assistance Fund at the Student Advocacy.

Additional resources:

  • (614) 267-7020 24-Hour Rape Helpline
  • (614) 292-2121 Ohio State University Police
  • (614) 292-5766 Student Life Counseling and Consultation Service