Organizations for sexually abused victims

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U.S. Resources for Sexual Assault Survivors

Only looking at the number of organizations that are active in preventing, supporting and helping sexual abuse indicates how necessary it is to continuously work in putting an end to sexual abuse and continuously offer help to those who have been victimized and traumatized by it. Victims and direct love ones are in need of information, legal help, therapy and counseling.9d86e992b47a8e5bbb396a133413fbf1

General Information:

Child Abuse/Sexual Abuse:

  • National Child Abuse Hotline: They can provide local referrals for services. A centralized call center provides the caller with the option of talking to a counselor. They are also connected to a language line that can provide service in over 140 languages. Hotline: 800-4-A-CHILD (422-2253)
  • Darkness to Light: They provide crisis intervention and referral services to children or people affected by sexual abuse of children. Hotline calls are automatically routed to a local center. Helpline: 866-FOR-LIGHT (367-5444)
  • Cyber Tipline: This Tipline is operated by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Can be used to communicate information to the authorities about child pornography or child sex trafficking. Hotline: 800-THE-LOST (843-5678)
  • National Children’s Alliance: This organization represents the national network of Child Advocacy Centers (CAC). CACs are a multidisciplinary team of law enforcement, mental and physical health practitioners who investigate instances of child physical and sexual abuse. Their website explains the process and has a directory according to geographic location.
  • Stop It Now: Provides information to victims and parents/relatives/friends of child sexual abuse. The site also has resources for offender treatment as well as information on recognizing the signs of child sexual abuse. Hotline: 888-PREVENT (773-8368)
  • Justice for Children: Provides a full range of advocacy services for abused and neglected children.

(Source: RAINN, visit their website for more resources)

 

Disclaimer: We support every initiative and organizations that asks for awareness of, gives information about, supports and help sexual abuse victims. With none of these organization we have an official affiliation, partnership or endorsement. We have provided this list pure as service and information.

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