Rape, Abuse, Incest National Network (RAINN)

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Phone Hotline ——————————————– 1.800.656.HOPE (4673)

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Sexual Assault Statue of Limitations Resources

Several resources for victims of crime and for State limitations on the prosecution of various sexual assault crimes.

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Crisis Text Line

Free, confidential crisis intervention service via text message.

Text START to 741-741 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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Stop Sexual Assault in Schools

SSAIS-logo-122715The first organization and only nonprofit specifically created to address K-12 sexual harassment, sexual assault, and gender based discrimination, Stop Sexual Assault in Schools is dedicated to educating K-12 students and their schools about the right to an education free from sexual harassment and assault, as well as gender discrimination, and what to do if they occur.

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An organization for the prevention of suicide. Please reach out if you are in need of help.

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24 Hour Crisis Hotline — 1-800-273-8255

Crider Health Services (MO Only)

Crider offers various services to low-income individuals or individuals without insurance.
Among their services: mental health, dental, vision, OB/GYN, and more.

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24 Hour Crisis Hotline — 1-800-811-4760


MapYourVoice was founded by Jeni Ambrose, PhDc a trauma therapist who specializes in helping sexual violence survivors to recover. Her vision is to give every survivor worldwide a safe and therapeutic place to share their stories and access help within their local communities.

MapYourVoice is a free, anonymous service designed to bridge the gap between the 1.14 billion survivors worldwide that are silent and reclaiming life from sexual violence. Each assault reported receives a pinpoint on the map (randomly-placed within the area of the assault).  The survivor retains control of what’s visible on the map and the public can witness and offer encouragement through ‘support buttons.’

When survivors map their voices, they gain the therapeutic benefit of telling, while also contributing as ‘co-researchers’ to problem-solving data that can support survivors and help end sexual violence. By speaking up on MapYourVoice, survivors empower others to share their stories and reclaim their voices.  The viral impact of speaking out can change the world.

MapYourVoice is an initiative of Global Change Project: Strategic approaches to ending sexual violence worldwide and a U.S.-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. To map your voice, to support survivors, and other ways to get involved visit