Resources for Survivors of sexual trauma

Here are other organizations that provide additional resources for Survivors of Sexual Trauma.
If you have suggestions for additions to this resource, please send to contact@menhealing.org

Resources in General:

Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAP) is 99.9% comprised of volunteers – survivors and supporters – who run and attend support group meetings, answer the Helpline, meet one on one with survivors, pick up phone calls in the middle of the night, and answer dozens of emails a week from victims who need help. These are volunteers. They pay their own expenses. They do what they do to help survivors and expose abusers. They want to end the cycle of abuse. The volunteers at SNAP are the heart and soul of the organization. We are not therapists. We are peers. We help victims find good reputable therapists. We encourage all crime victims to report to law enforcement, including civil attorneys who are qualified to advise them of their legal rights. We do this because of our passion for justice and child safety. And our thousands of volunteers donate their time, talent and resources to SNAP.

Specifically For Men:

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Specifically For Women:

Committed to empowering women survivors of sexual abuse, violence, and incest to be whole, healed, and connected to others. Taking Back Ourselves offers Weekends of Recovery for women survivors.

Specifically for Professionals:

The LGBTQ Therapists Guild is a Utah-based, grassroots organization of licensed mental-health professionals and students-in-training. Members meet monthly for consultation and education regarding mental-health concerns of sexual and gender minorities. We welcome members of any sexual orientation.

Resources for Survivors

Whether you are a survivor, an ally, or a provider – it can sometimes be difficult to find help with the process of healing. MenHealing has compiled a variety of informational and organizational resources that we hope will be helpful to your needs. When searching for therapeutic resources it may be most productive to start by checking a rape crisis center nearest to your community. If they do not directly provide services, they are usually able to help you with referrals. If you are seeking to Find a Therapist read more.

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