3600 San Jeronimo Drive
Anchorage, AK 99508
ANJC serves as a bridge between Alaska Native people and the justice system. We advocate for justice and work in partnership with community and statewide agencies. They provide a wide range of advocacy, prevention and intervention services.
P.O. Box 80382
Fairbanks, AK 99708
Main: (907) 328‑3990
Fax: (866) 287‑8330
The Alaska Native Women's Resource Center is dedicated to strengthening local, tribal government's responses through community organizing efforts advocating for the safety of women and children in their communities and homes, especially against domestic and sexual abuse and violence.
24/7/365 Support (907) 276-7273 or
Toll-Free Statewide (800) 478-8999
1057 West Fireweed Lane, Suite 230
Anchorage, AK 99503
Since 1978, STAR has been responding to the needs of survivors of sexual assault, while integrating prevention and education programs with a goal of reducing harm to all Alaskans.
Rape Counselors of East Alabama strives to provide 24-hour free and confidential services to victims of sexual assault, their families, and friends. RCEA is committed to empowering survivors and eliminating all forms of sexual violence in our community. Through education and awareness, RCEA aims to change the cultural norms that enable sexual assault to proliferate. Their service area includes: Lee, Tallapoosa, Macon, Chambers and Russell county with our office located in Auburn, AL. They welcome survivors of all genders, races, religions, incomes, languages, abilities, ethnicities, and sexual orientations.
Non-Emergency Calls: 256-716-4052
PO Box 368 Huntsville, AL 35804
It is CSNA's goal to reduce the physical and psychological aspects associated with the trauma of sexual assault and to enhance the treatment and recovery processes.
3007 Memorial Parkway SW
Huntsville, AL 35801
Through the Victims of Crime Act, Thrive Alabama offers free mental health counseling, victim advocacy work if needed through the legal system, psychosocial support, and case management to eligible clients.
1050 Memorial Drive
Idaho Falls, Idaho 83402
TOLL FREE: 866-342-2483
9am-5pm Monday - Friday
If you have questions as to whether you are a victim of domestic violence or sexual assault, you can call our office at 208.529.4352 or the 24 hour crisis line at 208.235.2412.
We are a private non-profit with decades of experience serving Idaho Falls and the surrounding area. Our trained professionals work in cooperation with other agencies to provide help and care for those affected by domestic violence and sexual assault.
Our goal is to reduce the tolerance for violence within our community by providing public education and other services. We seek to overcome the stigma often experienced by those affected by domestic violence, teen dating violence, and sexual assault. These crimes are preventable. Together, as a community, we can change the way violent crimes are viewed and tolerated.
To help society overcome the stigma associated with domestic violence and sexual assault. To educate, rehabilitate and support victims of all violent crimes and to prevent such crimes as being recognized as a general part of society but rather a crime that can be prevented by a society that takes a stand against such crimes by demanding stricter sentences for offenders, more public education/resources as well as more services available to the youth affected by these crimes. Together as a community we can change the way violent crimes are viewed and tolerated.
- 24-hour crisis phone line (208-235-2412), or toll-free crisis line (1-866-342-2483)
- Emergency Shelter for victims and their immediate family who are in imminent danger
- Support and education groups for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault
- Victim advocacy
- Court advocacy and support services
- Community education
- Individual counseling
1111 Summer St, Suite 202
Stamford, Connecticut 06905
Phone: (203) 348-9346 staffed M-F, 9 AM to 5 PM
24/7 Sexual Violence Crisis Hotline (203) 329-2929
Textline 888-999-5545 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
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The mission of The Rowan Center is to provide counseling and support services to victims of sexual assault and to eliminate sexual violence through community-wide education programs.
Serving the eight towns of lower Fairfield County since 1979, The Rowan Center provides free, 24-hour confidential support to those who have experienced sexual violence, or know someone who has. Our hotline provides advocates if a victim wants to go to the hospital for an exam, if a victim would like to file a police report, and/or if the victim has to go to any court proceedings. We can also be with the victims as the healing takes place, delivering goal-oriented counseling.
The Rowan Center also provides age and developmentally appropriate awareness and prevention education for K-12 students, colleges, corporations, law enforcement, community organizations, and more.
Free & Private
Sikh Family Center’s non-emergency helpline is the first of its kind for the Sikh American community.
Sikh Family Center’s helpline provides culturally specific peer-counseling and non-emergency support for community members in Punjabi and English. The phone line is staffed by volunteers committed to supporting community members facing or fearing any threats to their health, safety, and/or security. We connect members of our community with resources they may not otherwise access. When you call, please leave a message on our voicemail. We try our best to return your call within 48 hours.
Sikh Family Center promotes community health and well-being with a special focus on gender justice. We provide trauma-centered interventions for victim-survivors of violence while working to change the social and cultural conditions that allow gendered violence to occur in the first place. Our training, outreach, and advocacy are grounded in cultural tradition, grassroots power, and intergenerational healing.