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Numbers for sexual assault, harassment,and domestic abuse helplines!


~ broken but beautiful ~
Rape Crisis Centres

Homepage | Full Stop Australia

Centres Against Sexual Assault

Canadian Association of Sexual Assault Centres

Rape Crisis Centers

Association of Rape Crisis Centres in Israel
איגוד מרכזי הסיוע לנפגעות ונפגעי תקיפה מינית

Tokyo Rape Crisis Center
http://www.tokyo-rcc.org (Japanese site)

http://www.tokyo-rcc.org/center-hp-english.htm (English site)

New Zealand
Rape prevention organisation

GABRIELA--National Alliance of Women's Organizations in the Philippines

South Africa
Rape Crisis Cape Town Includes links to other centres in South Africa

RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network)

Rape Crisis for anyone in the UK
Telephone & online helplines for survivors of sexual violence | Rape Crisis England & Wales

For domestic abuse/violence.

If you're a victim of domestic violence or abuse, there are many different organisations which can help you.
If you think you've experienced trafficking, find out more about about getting help.

Organisations for women

National Domestic Abuse helpline

The National Domestic Abuse Helpline is a freephone 24 hour helpline which provides advice and support to women and can refer them to emergency accommodation.
The National Domestic Abuse Helpline is run by Refuge.
There are translation facilities if your first language is not English. The Helpline also offers BT Type talk for callers with hearing difficulties. The Helpline worker contacts the Type talk operator so that the caller can communicate through them.
Website: www.nationaldahelpline.org.uk


Their helpline offers advice and support to women experiencing domestic violence.
Refuge also provide safe, emergency accommodation through a network of refuges throughout the UK, including culturally-specific services for women from minority ethnic communities and cultures.
Their website also includes some information for men who are either being abused or who are abusers.
Website: www.refuge.org.uk

Women's Aid

The Women's Aid website provides a wide range of resources to help women and young people.
This includes The Survivor's Handbook which provides a range of information including legal and housing advice, tips on how to create a safety plan and advice for people with specialist housing needs. It's available in 11 languages and in audio.

They also run a website to support to children and teenagers who may be living in a home affected by domestic violence, or who may be in a violent relationship themselves.
Website: www.womensaid.org.uk

Rights of Women

Rights of Women offers confidential legal advice on domestic and sexual violence. You can find out more about what they do and when they’re open on their website.
Website: www.rightsofwomen.org.uk

Finding Legal Options for Women Survivors (FLOWS)

FLOWS gives legal advice to women who are affected by domestic abuse - they also give advice to front line workers.
Website: www.rcjadvice.org.uk/family/flows-finding-legal-options-for-women-survivors

Southall Black Sisters

Southall Black Sisters provide advice for Black (Asian and African-Caribbean) women with issues including domestic abuse, forced marriage, immigration and homelessness.
Website: www.southallblacksisters.org.uk

Organisations for men

Respect - Men's Advice Line

The Men's Advice Line is a confidential helpline for all men experiencing domestic violence by a current or ex-partner. They provide emotional support and practical advice, and can give you details of specialist services that can give you advice on legal, housing, child contact, mental health and other issues.
Website: www.mensadviceline.org.uk

ManKind Initiative

The ManKind Initiative is a charity offering information and support to men who are victims of domestic abuse or violence. This can include information and support on reporting incidents, police procedures, housing, benefits and injunctions. They can refer you to a refuge, local authority or other another support service if you need it.
Website: new.mankind.org.uk


This is a helpline for men who have been victims of rape or sexual abuse.
They may be able to arrange counselling or a support group if you live in the London area, or provide details of an appropriate service if you don't.
Website: www.survivorsuk.org

Everyman Project

The Everyman Project offers counselling to men in the London area who want to change their violent or abusive behaviour. It also has a national helpline which offers advice to anyone worried about their own, or someone else's, violent or abusive behaviour.
Website: www.everymanproject.co.uk.

Organisations for women and men

RCJ Advice Family Service

RCJ Advice Family Service can give legal advice to people who are affected by domestic abuse or need family law help – find out more on the RCJ Advice website.
Rape Crisis

USA rain helpline sexual assault Call: 800.656.4673

In Pennsylvania, call 1-888-772-7227

For European countries helplines. Victim support by country

International Suicide & Emergency Hotlines
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To me, it's not only some of the men I met that was abusive but the entire system, being autistic step on the nervs of those who should help... now I avoid any human contacts so I am no longuer abused, that was the only way (I let go of the out cause I am not yet out of it...)
I'd like to see a more complete list for men.

(NB: I know that sexual assault as such is primarily directed against women. I also know most violent crime (and various other bad behaviors in the same domain) is committed against men.)

Updated to answer @Outdated. Thanks for the question!
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I'd like to see a more complete list for men.

(NB: I know that SA as such is primarily directed against women. I also know most violent crime (and various other bad behavior in the same domain) is committed against men.
SA = South Africa? With no other context it's difficult to determine.
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