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List of Resources

If you have been raped, do not hesitate to seek help!  

If you are in danger and/or physically hurt, call 911 immediately.

Please go to the web site for RAINN (listed below), as they have excellent advice.

Or call the National Sexual Assault Hotline: (800) 656-4673. They can help you find local resources.

Organizations and hotlines:

1.  RAINN, The nation's largest anti-sexual violence

    Anti-sexual assault organization working with local rape
    crisis centers across the U.S. Also has a web-based crisis  

    hotline providing live and anonymous support.

2. - Home base for the Me Too           movement with many resources and ways to take action.

3. Department of Defense ("DoD")
    Safe Helpline, Hotline: (877) 995-5247

4. National Women's Health Information Center,

    (800) 994-9662 


5. Pandora's Project,
    Online support group, message board & chat room for rape,
    sexual assault & sexual abuse survivors/victims

6., Rape/Sexual Assault Organizations,

7. National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC),, a comprehensive guide to being a passenger with ride services (Uber and Lyft) in light of sexual assault and rape

9., a free web resource that provides information and support to people fighting domestic abuse, mental illness, and addiction (and including possibly sexual assault and rape); The Recovery Village has several treatment centers all over the United States.

10.,a comprehensive guide created by the law firm Florin/Roebig, committed to handling cases of sexual abuse and rape. Among the questions the guide answers are: What Is Considered Sexual Assault? Is Sexual Assault Considered Rape? What Are My Rights After a Sexual Assault Incident? 

11., discusses the very high percentage of women who are financially abused, and often those in abusive relationships, with advice

12., discusses particular circumstances related to women's financial literacy, with advice

13., discusses various mental health treatment programs

14., discusses holistic approach to mental health 

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