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Often times, survivors of sexual violence and their loved ones don't know where to turn when in need of support, a guide to recovery, or steps to confidentially report incidents. We've compiled this list of organizations, hotlines and centers that can help.

General Resources

  • National Sexual Assault Hotline: National hotline, operated by RAINN, that serves people affected by sexual violence. It automatically routes the caller to their nearest sexual assault service provider. You can also search your local center here. Hotline: 800.656.HOPE

  • National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women: VAWnet, a project of the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence hosts a resource library home of thousands of materials on violence against women and related issues, with particular attention to its intersections with various forms of oppression.

  • The National Center for Victims of Crime: The mission of the National Center for Victims of Crime is to forge a national commitment to help victims of crime rebuild their lives. They are dedicated to serving individuals, families, and communities harmed by crime.

  • National Street Harassment Hotline: Created by Stop Street Harassment, Defend Yourself, and operated by RAINN, the National Street Harassment Hotline is a resource for those affected by gender-based street harassment. Support is available in English and Spanish: call 855.897.5910 or chat online.

For College Students
  • NotAlone.gov: A government website dedicated to educating students and schools about Title IX and sexual assault.

  • Know Your IX: Provides information for students about their Title IX rights in regards to ending sexual violence on campus.

  • End Rape on Campus: An advocacy organization dedicated to assisting students file Title IX complaints.

Domestic, Dating and Intimate Partner Violence
  • Day One: Love should always be safe. This organization specializes on the issue of dating abuse and domestic violence among youth in New York City.

  • National Domestic Violence Hotline: Through this hotline an advocate can provide local direct service resources (safe house shelters, transportation, casework assistance) and crisis intervention. Interpreter services available in 170 languages. They also partner with the Abused Deaf Women's Advocacy Center to provide a videophone option. Hotline: 800.799.SAFE

  • Drug Rehab: By Advanced Recovery Systems, this resource provides information to visitors on the connections between substance use and domestic/sexual violence. 

Therapy Resources
  • Therapy for Black Girls: ​This is an online space dedicated to encouraging the mental wellness of Black women and girls, featuring certified psychologist who specialize in topics ranging from depression to sexual violence. 



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