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1 in 6. Support and resources to male survivors of sexual abuse and assault. 877-565-8860

A Call to Men. Offering trainings and resources to help create a world where all men and boys are loving and respectful and all women, girls, and those at the margins are valued and safe.

ACLU Know Your Rights. Covers “know your rights” for everything from LGBTQIA+ high school students to dealing with TSA to sexual assault in detention to immigration to what to do if your rights are violated at a demonstration, and more.

A Long Walk Home. An arts organization that empowers young people to end violence against girls and women.

American Civil Liberties Union. To report an incident of hate or police misconduct, go to the ACLU site and find the chapter nearest you.

Asian Mental Health Collective. A therapist directory, education, support groups, and other resources for Asian, Pacific Islander, and South Asian American (APISAA) people seeking mental health services.

Break the Cycle. Educational programs for teens and parents on healthy relationships, abusive relationships, and legal rights. 888-988-TEEN

The Catcall Collective. A place to share stories of gender-based violence.

The Community Resource Hub for Safety and Accountability. Resources on transformative and restorative justice, police sexual assault, alternatives to policing, conflict resolution, and more.

Council on American-Islamic Relations. Resources on knowing your rights while protesting, with law enforcement, while traveling, etc., as well as links to chapters around the country. You can report an incident and they may take legal action on your behalf.

Creative Interventions. A community accountability and transformative justice organization providing education and resources on community-based, non-carceral responses to violence.

Community United Against Violence (CUAV). An organization that supports Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer people who are healing from violence and abuse they have experienced from other people and/or institutions.

The Deaf Hotline.. 24-7 support for D/deaf abuse survivors through email, chat, and more.

Decolonizing Therapy (Dr. Jennifer Mullan). Educational resources on therapy and healing for BIPOC communities.

EFT Universe. Information on Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)/tapping, a holistic healing technique for addressing trauma, chronic pain, stress, anxiety, and more.

Forge. Resources for trans and non-binary people on safe dating, workplace sexual harassment, healing from partner violence, and more.

FreeFrom. A queer-, trans-, immigrant-, and BIPOC-led organization supporting survivors’ collective economic and community power through building survivors’ wealth and financial security.

Healing Histories Project. A healing justice organization cataloging medical violence, harms, and abuses rooted in racism and capitalism and engaging individuals, communities, and institutions to remember these abuses and harms by catalyzing research, action, and movement-building strategies.

The HEAL Project. A QTBIPOC-, disabled-, and survivor-led educational initiative using media to prevent and end childhood sexual abuse through healing the wounds of sexual oppression and embracing sexual liberation.

Heart Mob. Support for people experiencing online harassment.

Interrupting Criminalization. An organization aiming to interrupt and end the criminalization and incarceration of women, girls, trans, and gender-nonconforming people of color for acts related to public order, poverty, child welfare, drug use, survival, and self-defense, including criminalization and incarceration of survivors of violence.

The LGBT National Help Center. Hotline, peer support, chat rooms, and educational resources for LGBTQIA+ people of all ages. 888-843-4564

Love Is Respect. National teen dating abuse hotline. Help for you, a friend, or your teen if you’re a parent.866-331-9474 / 866-331-8453 TTY

The Loveland Foundation. A therapy fund, education, and wellness resource for Black women and girls.

me too. Movement. A curated collection of resources and organizations dedicated to helping survivors.

Melanin and Mental Health. A directory of therapists, educational resources, and wellness events, as well as a podcast for the BIPOC communities.

Men Can Stop Rape (MCSR). An organization mobilizing men to create violence-free cultures through healthy masculinity trainings and programming.

Mental Health Liberation. Connecting BIPOC people with mental health services and clinicians of color. Offers a BIPOC therapy fund.

Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP). An organization providing mixed-gender, multiracial sexual harassment and gender-violence prevention trainings.

National Abortion Hotline. Information, referrals, financial assistance, and more in many languages for those seeking abortion care. 800-772-9100

National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs. An English and Spanish hotline, legal services, support groups, counseling, and advocacy and accompaniment for LGBTQIA+ people and people living with HIV who have survived any form of violence. Also provides a place to report hate crimes and other violence. 212-714-1141

National Domestic Violence Hotline. A 24-7 hotline for survivors of abuse offering free, confidential support, education, and referrals in more than two hundred languages. Provides personalized safety planning that includes ways to stay as safe as possible while in a relationship, leaving a relationship, and after you’ve left. 800-799-7233

National Human Trafficking Hotline. Support, resources, referrals, and more for those being trafficked and those who want to help them. 888-373-7888 / TTY 711

National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network. A directory of therapists and educational resources and a therapy fund for QTBIPOC folks seeking mental health services.

National Sexual Assault Hotline. Support, information, advice, resources, and referrals for those who’ve survived sexual violence and those who support them. 800-656-HOPE (4673)

National Street Harassment Hotline. A 24-7 hotline in English and Spanish supporting those who’ve been sexually harassed in public spaces. 855-897-5910

The Network/La Red. Survivor-led organizing to end partner abuse among lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer and/or transgender (LGBTQIA+) folks, as well as folks in kink and polyamorous communities. Offers a hotline in English and Spanish, support groups, and more. 800-832-1901

No Selves to Defend. A resource hub supporting survivors of violence who are criminalized for self-defense and survival. Includes an anthology on the legacy of criminalizing women of color for self-defense.

Open Path Psychotherapy Collective. A directory of sliding-scale and low-cost therapists in the U.S.

Our Bodies, Ourselves Today. Information, resources, and referrals on all things health and sexuality, including birth control, menstruation, pregnancy and childbirth, and gender-based violence. (A total remake of the twentieth century book.)

QTBIPOC Mental Health and Well-Being (Human Rights Campaign). A list of hotlines, therapist directories, and wellness resources for QTBIPOC communities.

The Resilient Brain Project. A list of free mental health resources, including apps, games, playlists, videos, articles, and more on subjects like stress, anxiety, depression, trauma, relationships, discrimination, and allyship.

Resources and Support for Transgender Survivors (National Sexual Violence Resource Center). Crisis lifelines, wellness resources, and programs for transgender survivors.

Scarleteen. Articles, live chat, and message boards with inclusive, comprehensive sex and relationship info for teens and young adults.

Sex Workers Outreach Project USA (SWOP-USA). General support, advice, crisis counseling, referrals, and information about safety and legal rights. 877-776-2004

Sexual Health Counseling and Referral Hotline (Planned Parenthood). Information and support on birth control, emergency contraception, pregnancy options, sexually transmitted infections including HIV-AIDS, and other aspects of reproductive health. 800-258-4448 option 4 / 617-616-1616

Soulcare Collective. Therapeutic services, workshops, healing retreats, and online study group dedicated to supporting and enhancing the psychological well-being of Black, Brown, and Indigenous people across the diaspora.

Southern Poverty Law Center. To report a hate incident.

StrongHearts Native Helpline. Resources for Native American and Alaska Native people experiencing abuse. 1−844-762-8483

Survived and Punished. An abolitionist organization with advocacy, programming, and resources for criminalized survivors.

Tahirih Justice Center.  Free legal and social services to immigrants experiencing gender-based violence, including forced marriage, trafficking, and genital mutilation. 410-999-1900 / 571-282-6161

The Tapping Solution. Information on the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) technique.

Therapy for Black Girls. A directory of therapists, wellness resources, and podcast for Black women and girls.

Therapy for Black Men. A directory of therapists and coaches, articles, and other wellness resources for Black men.

Therapy for Latinx. Resources and education for Latinx people seeking mental health services.

Therapy for Muslims. Resources and education for Muslims seeking mental health services.

Trans Lifeline. A peer support hotline by and for trans people that is divested from police. 877-565-8860

TransformHarm.org. Articles and other resources dedicated to ending violence through a transformative justice, abolitionist lens.

The Trevor Project. A 24-7 hotline, text, and chat service and educational resources for LGBTQIA+ youth. 866-488-7386

We R Native. A comprehensive health resource by and for Indigenous youth that includes info on abuse, other violence, healthy relationships, and more.

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