Resources for Survivors of Sexual Assault

Sexual assault can be traumatizing and life-shattering for victims. Survivors should know that there are resources available to assist in healing and recovery.
The following organizations can offer information, advice, and guidance to survivors. Hotlines can be used for crisis help, intervention, direction to treatment, and emotional support.

AdvocateWeb

Non-profit organization that provides resources and information for individuals that have been victims of abuse by professionals.

Black Women’s Blueprint

Offers counseling services, community programs, and advocacy for abuse survivors.
347-533-9102/3 279

Empire Blvd. Brooklyn, New York 11225

Child Help

National child abuse helpline that advocates and helps victims of all ages that have suffered child abuse.
1-800-422-4453

Child USA

A non-profit think tank dedicated to child protection and its prevention.

Crime Victims Treatment Center

Provides free of charge services such as crisis intervention, individual and group trauma-focused therapy, legal advocacy, complementary therapy, and psychiatric consultation.
212-523-4728

Criminal Justice Navigators

Connects rape survivors with a criminal law attorney who can help you assess the strength of your case, understand the law, weigh your options, and pursue an appropriate law enforcement response.
212-627-9895

Darkness to Light

Hotline routed to local resources for crisis intervention and referral services for individuals affected by child sexual abuse.
866-FOR-LIGHT (367-5444)

End Rape On Campus

Ending campus sexual violence through direct support for survivors, prevention, and policy reform

202-281-0323

Know Your IX

Survivor and youth-led project aiming to empower students to end sexual and dating violence in schools.
202-419-3420

Male Survivors

Leading the fight to improve resources and support for male survivors of all forms of sexual abuse.

Me Too Movement

Reframing and expanding global conversation on sexual violence to meet the needs of a broad spectrum of survivors.

Mount Sinai Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention Program

Validating, healing, and empowering survivors to lead safe, healthy lives.
212-423-2140- for Queens call 718-736-1288
One Gustave L. Levy PlaceBox 1670 New York, NY 10029

National Child Abuse Hotline

Talk or text services with a counselor that provides service in over 140 languages.
Call or text: 800-4-A-CHILD (422.2253)

National Domestic Violence Hotline

Provides direction to local resources to services such as safe houses, transportation, casework assistance and crisis intervention. Multi-language interpreter and even provides videophone option.
800-799-SAFE

National Sexual Violence Resource Center

Prevents and responds to sexual violence through collaboration, sharing resources and promoting research.
1-800-656-4673

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Hotline routed to local centers for help and intervention of crisis suicide, self-harm counseling, and mental health referrals.
Hotline: 800-273-TALK (8255) / Spanish: 888-628-9454/ TTY: 800-799-4TTY (4889)

New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault

Connect to find NY resources on sexual assault and violence.
518-482-4222 28
Essex Street Albany, NY 12206

NewYorkLovesKids.Org

NY Loves Kids is a resource for people who want to get combat lack of action surrounding child sexual abuse.

NYC Alliance Against Sexual Assault

Strives to prevent sexual violence and reduce harm through education, research, and advocacy.
212-229-0345
32 Broadway #1101 New York, NY 10004

RAINN

Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN) is the nation’s largest anti-sexual violence organization.
National Sexual Assault Hotline: 800-656-HOPE (4673)

S.E.S.A.M.E

A Resource to address Educator Sexual Abuse, Misconduct and Exploitation

Safe Horizon

Safe Horizon is one of the nation’s leading victim assistance organizations. They provide services for victims of crime and abuse and their families.
1-800-621-4673

Surviving Therapist Abuse

Aims to raise awareness of the issue of therapist abuse, as well as serve as a resource for people who need support after being victims of such abuse.

Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAP)

A support group for people who have been abused by members of religious organizations.

TELL, the Therapy Exploitation Link Line

A peer support network for individuals who have been victims of abuse from their therapists.

The Trevor Project

Resources of suicide prevention for LGBTQ youth.
866-488-7386

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