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1 in 6 supports men who have experienced unwanted or abusive sexual experiences live happier, healthier lives. They offer a 24/7 helpline as well as anonymous online support groups.

Abused Deaf Women Advocacy Services

ADWAS “empowers deaf and deafblind survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and harassment to transform their lives, while striving to change the beliefs and behaviors that foster and perpetuate violence.” They provide comprehensive services to individuals and families including advocacy, a 24-hour hotline, and an instant messaging service.


Professional services and resources for individuals who are sexually attracted to minors and want support preventing acting on those desires. “B4U-ACT aims to improve access to compassionate mental health care that addresses clients' own stated needs, and combat misconceptions among professionals and the general public that perpetuate secrecy, stigma, and fear.”

Black Emotional and Mental Health Collective (BEAM)

BEAM believes that healing is black people’s birthright. BEAM promotes healing through education, training, and advocacy and provides resources about mental health care, as well as a black wellness directory.

Covid-19 Task Force on Domestic Violence

An extensive collection of resources for individuals experiencing relationship violence and those supporting them, categorized by identities such as black, disabled, pregnant, LGBTQ+, male survivors, etc. They provide self care resources and information about online support groups, technological/online safety, safety planning, documenting abuse, and more.

FaithTrust Institute

FaithTrust Institute “provides multifaith and religion-specific intervention and prevention training, consulting, and educational materials for national, state, and community faith-based and secular organizations” in content areas such as domestic and sexual violence, health relationships, child abuse, and health boundaries for clergy and spiritual teachers.

Forge Forward

Forge Forward is a national transgender anti-violence organization offering resources and referrals to providers near you.

Inclusive Therapists

Inclusive Therapists is a community of mental health professionals that centers the needs of “Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) and 2SLGBTQIA+ intersections (QTBIPOC).” They “amplify the voices and expressions of Neurodivergent and Disabled Communities of Color.”

It’s On Us

It’s On Us’s mission is “to build the movement to combat campus sexual assault by engaging all students, includin young men, and activating the largest student organizing program of its kind in grassroots awareness and prevention education programs.”

Know Your IX

Know Your IX is a survivor- and youth-led project that “aims to empower students to end sexual and dating violence in their schools.” They provide trainings and support for student activists to challenge their schools to address violence and they advocate for policy change at the campus, state, and federal levels.

Male Survivor

Male Survivor is “committed to preventing, healing, and eliminating all forms of sexual victimization of boys and men through support, treatment, research, education, advocacy, and activism.” They offer online support forums, and online 24-hour chat, and in-person events.

Mujeres Latinas en Accion

This organization provides a 24/7 hotline in English and Spanish for survivors of domestic violence (plus other services for people living in the Chicago area).

National Human Trafficking Hotline

This hotline provides information for sex and labor trafficking survivors about services and along with its hotline also offers SMS text line, an online chat, and 711 services for individuals with hearing and speech impairments.

National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network

The National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network works to “advance healing justice by transforming mental health for queer and trans poc.” They maintain a mental health practitioner directory and offer financial assistance to queer and trans people of color who cannot afford therapy.

National Sexual Violence Resource Center

This organization maintains a database of agencies that focus on sexual violence. You can search by type of organization (eg. faith-based, community of color, etc.) as well as by location.

Pandora’s Project

This nonprofit is “dedicated to providing information, support, and resources to survivors of rape and sexual abuse and their friends and family.” They offer an online support group that includes chat rooms and blogs monitored by survivors.

Right To Be

Right to Be is an anti-street harassment organization that works to address and end street harassment. On their website you can share your story, read others’ stories, and find resources for healing.

Strong Hearts Native Helpline

This is a “24/7 confidential and anonymous culturally appropriate domestic and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans.” They provide peer support and advocacy, information about violence, safety planning, referrals to Native-centered providers, and more.

The Deaf Hotline

“The Deaf Hotline is a 24/7 hotline that is ASL accessible for people experiencing abuse. With the Deaf Hotline, you can consult with a culturally-adept and trained advocate in ASL. Whether you’re in need of safety planning, crisis intervention, emotional support, or have some questions, we are here for you.

The Northwest Network

The Northwest Network provides emergency and advocacy-based counseling for “queer and trans survivors of intimate partner violence, sexual assault, domestic violence, hate violence, stalking, and harassment.” While they are based in Seattle, they serve folks from anywhere and can also help connect you to local resources.

The Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network (RAINN)

RAINN is a national leader in providing information and statistics on sexual assault and maintains a directory of local rape crisis centers around the country. They provide a 24/7 free and confidential hotline and chat-line in English and Spanish ( for Spanish).

The Trevor Project

The Trevor Project supports LGBTQ+ young people ages 13-24. They provide counseling, community, and resources, as well as 24/7 call, text, and chat support

YWCA (National)

The YWCA is ‘the largest network of domestic and sexual violence service providers in the nation.” Organizations within their network offer safe and secure housing, crisis lines, counseling, court assistance, and other programs.