For more information and support regarding sexual abuse, please refer to these organizations. It's never too late to seek support.

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Safe Horizon

Safe Horizon is the largest provider of comprehensive services for domestic violence survivors and victims of all crime and abuse. Our mission is to provide support, prevent violence and promote justice for victims of crime and abuse, their families and communities.

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RAINN, the nation’s largest anti-sexual violence organization, created and operates the National Sexual Assault Hotline in partnership with more than 1,000 local sexual assault service providers across the country.

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National Children's Alliance

National Children’s Alliance (NCA) is the nation’s largest network of care center for children victimized by abuse, representing the nation’s 924 (and counting!) Children’s Advocacy Centers—CACs. We provide support, advocacy, quality assurance, and national leadership for CACs, all to help support the children we serve. Reaching everyone with a voice in eradicating abuse—from families, advocates, team members, communities, and all the way to Capitol Hill, our member CACs power a national movement to keep children safe. CACs provide a coordinated, evidence-based response to children who have been abused in all 50 states.

Center for Judicial Excellence

The Center for Judicial Excellence is committed to protecting child abuse and domestic violence survivors in our nation’s family courts and to fostering accountability throughout the judicial branch. For 15 years, the Center has been a voice for vulnerable children and a catalyst for child safety. Every day, it honors the lives of more than 770 American children who have been murdered by a divorcing or separating parent. Their deaths must never be in vain.

Jane Doe No More

Jane Doe No More is a national nonprofit organization that empowers survivors of sexual crimes to find their voice, advance their healing, and educate others. It envisions a society that no longer spreads doubt, instills fear, casts shame, or places blame on survivors of sexual crimes.