All victims and circumstances are unique. Every family’s and community experience is unique. Everyone has a story, and they are all a little different, but there are also commonalities in surviving sexual assault, and this motivates us to shine a light: to let you know you are not alone in searching for your right to justice and healing. Currently, there is no roadmap for victims and families surviving sexual assault. However, we stand with you and are here to help navigate the process. It is our hope that someday, by standing together, we can help navigate changes to the process of justice for sexual assault survivors.  You are not alone. We believe you. 

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National Sexual Assault hotline

1-800-656-HOPE (4673)

National Child Abuse Hotline



National Suicide Prevention Lifeline


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Paving the Way for Parents

Love Is Respect


 Text “loveis” to 22522


Break the Cycle


Join One Love

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The Anti-Violence Project



LGBT National Help Center

Hotline 1-800-246-PRIDE (7743)


Gay Men’s Domestic Violence Project


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Rape Crisis Network of Europe


International Rape Crisis Hotline Directories


Overseas Citizen Services for Americans Living Abroad


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Men Can Stop Rape


Consent Is Campaign


414-559-2123 /

Male Survivors


Online chat support and online peer support group for men who have had unwanted or abusive sexual experiences at

Male Survivor

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Safe Helpline



Protect Our Defenders

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National Domestic Violence Hotline



National Coalition Against Domestic Violence State Coalitions

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National Crime Victim Law Institute

National Alliance to End Sexual Violence


Bipartisan Task Force to End Sexual Violence


Erin's Law


Together for Girls

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National Children's Advocacy Center


Darkness to Light

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