They have an active mental health social network for support, online psychological tests, breaking mental health news, mental health videos, our documentary films, a live mental health TV show, unique tools like our “mediminder” and more. Blooming Lotus is a blog written by Faith, who became a member of isurvive in December 2003.Resources are also available for loved ones and professionals.
55 Merchant Street, 22nd Floor Honolulu, Hawaii 96813 24/7 Crisis Hotline; 1-808-524-7273 This foundation serves to create safe communities and respectful relationships through awareness events and initiatives. 2000 L Street NW, Suite 406 Washington, DC 20036 (800)-656-HOPE or 4673 (24 hour hotline) https://ohl.rainn.org/online/ (24 hour online hotline) (215)-985-3333 (24 hour hotline) They provide crisis intervention services to help survivors who have recently been sexually assaulted.
An automated email contact is available on their website. Box 190 Benson, MD 21018-9998 (410)- 893-3322 mutual-help twelve-step support groups for survivors. They also provide counseling and advocacy for survivors of sexual assault and sexual abuse, community education and public information about sexual violence.
375 South Third Street San Jose, CA 95112 (800)-572-2782 (domestic violence crisis line) (408)-287-3000 (24 hour rape crisis line) (650)-493-7273 (24 hour rape crisis line) Programs include state-wide Spanish and English 24-hour hotlines, individual short-term counseling, support groups, advocacy and benefit assistance. Box 14477 San Francisco, CA 94114 site is dedicated to those who suffer post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), those at risk for PTSD, and those who care for traumatized individuals.
1 Dock Street, Suite 320 Stamford , CT 06902 (888)-999-5545 (24-hour hotline, English) (888)-568-8332 (24-hour hotline, Spanish) based site with resources, information, and assistance links for crime victims (domestic abuse, child abuse, elder abuse, trafficking, rape and sexual assault). & Canada) PO Box 6416 Chicago, IL 60680-6416 (312) 455-1499 (877) 762-7432 Support resources designed specifically for adult survivors of physical, sexual, and/or emotional child abuse or neglect. Articles, book reviews, coping ideas poetry and peer support through the pal network for women suffering from PTSD. Camden, Maine 04843 (207)-236-8858 Fax: (207)-236-2818 This site provides support and resources for survivors of rape and sexual abuse Included are articles and resources as well as a support forum and chat area.
PO Box 6000 Rockville, MD 20850-6000 (800)-627-6872 fax (301)-251-5212 SNAP provides support and knowledge to all victims of clergy abuse and advocates helping ensure that in future generations, children will be safe. Support groups in the USA, Australia, South Africa and on the web. It is one of the few forum sites open to minor survivors (16 and older). 50th Street, Suite #320 Minneapolis, MN 55410 email: [email protected](612)-234-4204 site specializing on PTSD and dissociation provides information, resources, media, articles, therapist listings and educational information for survivors and their loved ones.
In addition they offer educational resources to professionals, students and the media.
The sources listed include: advocates for better policies and social support systems, 24 hour hotlines and crisis counselors, and organizations that support and help domestic violence victims in their healing and recovery psychologically.
Haven provides resources for domestic violence, rape, sexual assault and incest victims.
Boko Haram, founded by Mohamed Yusuf in the early 2000s in Maiduguri, wants to impose an ascetic lifestyle in a city that was fairly free in the region. We want to imitate the whites in everything because we are ignorant of our inherent originality and content.
(Florian Plaucheur, AFP) (None) A leader’s job is not to dictate, but rather to be respected, admired and be a trustee, of the land we love, with so much potential, a land which should be freer than free. We spend all our Naira to acquire his inventions because we so oblivious of our natural endowments that we allow him have it for free.
NY Area programs include services for domestic violence, rape, sexual assault, child abuse, stalking, human trafficking, and homeless youths.