Hotline volunteers provide information about reporting an assault and give referrals to other available services in the community. Volunteer Advocates are available to provide support and follow up services to sexual assault or abused survivors at the hospital, police station and court appearances. Learn More.
Our advocates provide free and confidential support to all survivors regardless of age, immigration status, race, ethnicity, nationality, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or religious and spiritual beliefs. A statewide plan has been created for sexual assault prevention and awareness in Connecticut schools. Our member centers are here to help you navigate these new programs.
Text or call to talk to someone who can help, or click the "chat" button on the right. There are MANY ways you can help make a difference in the lives of survivors of sexual abuse:. Become an Advocate.
Use this tool to find help near you. This list is made up of independent sexual assault service providers, including National Sexual Assault Hotline affiliate organizations and other local providers. Staff at these programs are dedicated to helping survivors in your area.
Its sexual assault response team works collaboratively with St. Louis City and County police officers, area hospitals, and prosecutors as well as with other victim service agencies. Crisis services are provided at no cost to victims.
Use the search and map options below to find a Crisis Center or other important sexual violence program near you. Advocacy and accompaniment: general, medical, and legal. Therapy: individual, group, secondary victims, and family.
You are not alone. The Sexual Assault Crisis Service is here to help any member of the Indiana University community who has experienced an assault. We work with men and women, gay and straight, students, faculty, staff, and family members.
The Rowan Center takes its name from the Rowan tree, a sturdy, resilient symbol of strength, growth, rebirth and courage. At the Rowan Center, we provide support against the challenges that survivors of sexual violence face. We empower our clients to find the strength, resilience and courage within themselves, and we educate our community to help change societal norms.