No one can go it alone and so here's a list of organizations dedicated to helping others find their own voice.
VOICES OF CHANGE
Please check out our partner, Voices of Change. Voices of Change 2018 was founded by: Nicole Moehring, a mother of two children who are survivors of sexual abuse and assault and board member for the Medina County Children’s Center and Maci Elizabeth, the daughter of Nicole and a survivor of sexual assault.
PAAR (PITTSBURGH'S ACTION AGAINST RAPE)
Do you live in the Pittsburgh area? Have you been sexual assaulted and need someone to talk to? Do you know of someone that has been sexually assaulted and you don't know what to do? PAAR has a 24/7 hotline available. Dail 1-866-END-RAPE Check out their website below. They have great resources and many things to offer.
RAINN (RAPE, ABUSE, INCEST NATIONAL NETWORK)
Have you been sexually assaulted and not sure what to do? Has a friend just confided in you and your not sure how to respond. Do you know who your local rape crisis center is? RAINN can answer all of these questions for you over the phone or on an onlone chat. Call: 1-800-656-HOPE. You can also visit their website by clicking the button or on their logo.
I'm a Survivor Inc
Check out our partner, I'm a Survivor, Inc. I'm a Survivor Inc. encourages, empowers and educates minority women who identify as survivors of sexual assault. You can reach them at 248-238-7890. You can also visit their website by clicking on the button or their logo.
we will organization
Check out our partner We Will Organization. We will prevents sexual assault and mitigates the harmful effects experienced by survivors through formal and informal education, survivor support, and community growth.You can also visit their website by clicking the button or on their logo.
The Survivor's Toolbox
Check out our partner the Survivor's Toolbox. They are a web series created to help survivors of sexual violence. This short informational series will give survivors tools for navigating challenges such as PTSD, reporting an assault to the police, finding a trauma informed therapist and talking to friends and family.
The CAIM Project
Check out our partner the CAIM Project. CAIM educates front line professionals and volunteers on how to safely, empathetically and effectively respond to refugee survivors of sexual and domestic violence. You can also visit their website by clicking on their logo or the button below.