On Saturday, September 29, 2018 we partnered with Take Back the Night , offering a special yoga class called Shine Your Light Yoga, in conjunction with many other studios around the country. We are grateful to all who attended, joining together to hold those who have experienced sexual trauma and violence in love and support.
Katie Koestner, Executive Director of TBTN, compiled this resource for further support, education and healing.
May you be happy, may you live with ease, may you be free from suffering …
Thank you for wanting to learn more about sexual assault and healthy relationships. The trauma of sexual assault impacts each survivor differently. The resources listed here provide many ways to learn more about this issue. Please know there are many resources available and lots of ways to learn more about these topics. This is just a start.
If you know already that you’d like to get involved, intern, please visit TakeBackTheNight.org and fill out the form to volunteer or intern! Internships are available for winter and summer breaks, as well as the possibility of a one semester or one‐year internship.
Websites with More Information
Foundation striving to end sexual violence and coordinate efforts for Take Back the Night marches and rallies around the globe.
This web site offers resources for sexual assault survivors and their supporters. It houses many useful resources such as information about incest and abuse, counseling in both English and Spanish, and lists of counseling centers near you.
Designed specifically for survivors of childhood sexual assault and rape, this site offers message boards and group chats that create a sense of community among survivors and lists of books written to specifically help survivors of childhood sexual traumas.
This web site is for male survivors of sexual assault and offers many helpful resources.
This non‐profit agency supports underserved victims of gender and racial violence, particularly in the Latino community. It offers useful information and resources for survivors in both English and Spanish.
This domain was created to end violence against women of color and includes updated blogs, events listings, and resources.
Domestic violence is the intentional use of emotional, psychological, sexual or physical force by one family member or intimate partner to control another. Victims of domestic violence who struggle with addiction face significant barriers to receiving treatment, but programs that effectively address addiction and abuse-related trauma are available.
RAINN Rape, Abuse, and Incest Nation Network Hotline 1‐800‐656‐HOPE
Nine Line Crisis Hotline 1‐800‐999‐9999
Child Abuse Hotline 1‐800‐4‐A‐CHILD
Crisis Hotlines for Abuse & Assault 1‐800‐962‐2873
National Domestic Violence Hotline 1‐800‐SAFE
Ask A Nurse (free medical advice) 1‐800‐535‐1111
National Suicide Prevention Help Line 1‐800‐784‐2433
Alcohol and Drug Help Line 1‐800‐821‐4357
After Silence: Rape and My Journey Back. Nancy Raine
First Get Mad, Then Get Justice: The Handbook for Crime Victims. Charles G. Brown
Recovery. Helen Benedict and Susan Brison
Lucky: Alice Sebold
Male Victims of Sexual Assault: Gillian C. Mezey and Michael B. King (Editors)
Lived Through This: Anne Ream
Joining Forces: Empowering Male Survivors to Thrive. Howard Fradkin