For Survivors

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Emergency Hotlines

National Sexual Assault Hotline

1-800-656-4673

National Suicide Prevention Hotline

1-800-273-8255

Thank you for being here.
You're not alone.

No matter what point you’re at in healing, you deserve resources and connections that can help you discover your authentic self. Be kind to yourself. Healing happens at different times and in different ways for every survivor, but no matter whatyou are not alone, and we’re glad you’re here.

Below are a few resources we hope can be helpful for you. If you are in a crisis, please call 911 or the hotlines listed above.

RAINN (Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network)

RAINN is the nation’s largest organization against sexual violence. The organization provides a variety of resources for guidance, support, local services, and more. In addition, they operate the National Sexual Assault Hotline, which is available by phone at 1-800-656-4673 or by online chat. 

NSVRC (National Sexual Violence Resource Center)

NSVRC is a non-profit that strives to prevent and respond to sexual violence by collaborating with others and promoting research. Their website includes a Directory of State and Territory Coalitions, as well as a Directory of Victim/Survivor Support Organizations to help survivors find resources and shelters in their local communities.

In Need of Shelter?

Domestic Shelters is an organization that acts as a search engine for local shelters within just a few miles of you. The website primarily focuses on domestic violence and assault but also has a large database of commonly asked questions and resources for survivors, friends, family, and more.

Looking for Therapy Options?

Psychology Today provides a national search database for therapists, psychiatrists, treatment centers, and support groups. The search can be specified by not only by location but also by therapy type, issue specialization, and more.

ABCT (Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies) provides a search database for therapists practicing CBT, or Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. CBT is a form of talk therapy that focuses on developing personal coping skills and regulating emotions.

The Breathe Network connects survivors to practitioners who offer sliding-scale, trauma-informed, holistic healing arts and support. The network offers a range of information on facilitating healing for survivors. The network connects to various therapies, including hypnotherapy, art therapy, yoga, and more.