The National Survivor Network is not a crisis hotline or direct service provider.
While we work hard to support our members in their continued economic security, empowerment, and professional development, we are not able to respond to individual requests for crisis assistance. Periodically throughout the year, we post applications for survivor funding opportunities and will accept requests through the application forms during those time. Non-members who wish to be informed of those opportunities can subscribe to our stakeholder newsletter, Network News, below. Members will receive notifications in your member newsletter.
For crisis support, see the resources below.
Search RAINN’s directory to find your local rape crisis center. Additionally, your state’s coalition against sexual violence might have additional resources.
Rape crisis centers provide services which may include local hotlines, crisis support, medical and legal accompaniment, emergency funds, case management, therapy, support groups, and/or referrals to other assistance. They support all survivors of sexual violence, which includes child sexual abuse, sexual assault, sexual harassment, rape, stalking, and sex trafficking.
Search the National Domestic Violence Hotline’s directory. Additionally, your state coalition against domestic violence may know of additional local resources.
IPV (intimate partner violence) and DV (domestic violence) organizations provide services which may include local hotlines, crisis support, medical and legal accompaniment, shelter, emergency funds, case management, therapy, support groups, and/or referrals to other assistance.
The Department of State has prepared a document to help you know your rights while working in the United States.
You Have the Right to:
• Be paid fairly
• Be free from discrimination
• Be free from sexual harassment and sexual exploitation
• Have a healthy and safe workplace
• Request help from union, immigrant, and labor rights groups
• Leave an abusive employment situation
The National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network (NQTTCN) is a healing justice organization committed to transforming mental health for queer and trans people of color (QTPoC).
An online platform and network of Latinx mental health practitioners honoring and affirming the dignity and healing of migrant communities marginalized by criminalization, detention, and deportation.
Here you can find culturally competent South Asian mental health professionals to help you get the support you’re looking for.