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.
After a sexual assault, it's hard to know how to react. You may be physically hurt, emotionally drained, or unsure what to do next. Learning more about what steps you can take following a sexual assault can help ground you in a difficult time.
An online resource to address sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking that is supported by the Department of Justice's Office on Violence Against Women. The Center has gathered information from the Department of Justice, Education, Heath, and Human Services, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for campus administrators, faculty and staff, campus and community law enforcement, victim service providers, students, parents and other stakeholders as they work to change the culture on their campuses.
Learn more about students rights, identify school's obligations to protect students from sexual assault, understand how to file a complaint with the federal government, and view a map of resolves school-level reinforcement activities. There is also a map that will show you your local crisis resources.
PACT5 is a national movement to prevent sexual assault and rapes in colleges. What is different about PACT5 is that it believes the documentary form, when produced by students, can create powerful stories that can change potentially tragic behavior patters. Students are the ones who can make a difference in the minds of other students.