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After Silence seeks to support, empower, validate, and educate survivors of rape, sexual abuse and all types of sexual violence by providing a website where victims can find answers and support about sexual violence. After Silence provides a free and moderated online support group, chat room, and message board with over 30 different forums ranging from topics created to discuss specific areas of healing and recovery form rape and sexual violence to more general discussions and lighter topics. Survivors can connect with one another in real time, share their stories, and ask questions of each other. After Silence website can also be viewed in

 

Spanish language  http://www.aftersilence.org/espanol.php

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Gift from Within is a non-profit organization
dedicated to those who suffer from posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), those at risk for PTSD, and those who care for traumatized individuals. The website develops and disseminates educational material, including videotapes, articles, books, and other resources including trauma support resources and an email pen-pal support network.
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End the Silence is an online forum for prose, poetry, and visual art dedicated to ending the silence surrounding sexual violence. Their mission is to promote communication about sexual violence by empowering survivors and their loved ones to use creative expressions as a tool to reclaim their voices.
 
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 Online
PEER SUPPORT GROUPS & websites
for survivoRS

Deaf Accessible

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Domestic Violence

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Sexual Assault

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LGBTQ

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Male Survivors

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Military

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Our online support group is devoted to helping members dealing with Domestic Violence. This group was created at the request of several individuals who emailed SAFE asking for a support group

Hope Recovery offers a variety of support groups throughout the year based on demand.  Here are some of the groups that we can make available online or in person to survivors of childhood abuse, domestic violence and/or sexual trauma.  Groups are limited to 8-10 members unless noted otherwise and last for approximately 80 minutes.  Some groups are only available online using the Zoom program (a free download). 
Pandora’s Project offers peer support to anyone who has been a victim of rape, sexual assault, or sexual abuse through their online message board, chat room and blogs at Pandora’s Aquarium. The rape and sexual abuse online support group has specific forums for men and women, teens and older survivors, LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning) rape and sexual abuse survivors, and friends and family of survivors. Pandora’s Project also provides a resource list for International Crisis Centers and Hotlines (http://www.pandys.org/crisissupport.html).
 
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SNAP is an independent network of survivors of religious sexual abuse and their supporters who connect with other survivors and work to create policies and practices to end sexual abuse.
 
Survivors Chat is a community providing a place where survivors can come together through chats, forums, resources and Tumblr to help support each other and in times of need.
 
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People with borderline personality disorder see people as all good or all bad and have extreme, blink-of-an-eye mood swings. Their fear of abandonment, combined with feelings of emptiness and self-loathing, makes others feel like they're constantly walking on eggshells.

Some borderline individuals are suicidal and self-harm. Other rage, criticize, and make wild accusations. People with BPD suffer, and so do those around them. About a third of people with BPD also have narcissistic personality disorder (NPD); they are especially unwilling to look at themselves and their own behavior.

Learn about the Beyond Blame system, or join the online support group at

 

https://stopwalkingoneggshells.com/coaching.

 

There is hope.

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Watch, read, and listen to Veterans and their family members share real stories of strength and recovery, find useful information and local mental health resources, and explore ways to show your support.
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Male Survivor provides resources and support for men who were sexually victimized as children, adolescents, or adults.
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Your Life Your Voice provides FREE COUNSELING, online forums, live chats, and hotline support for youth who have experienced sexual violence. The website also offers additional self-help and self-care resources.
TrevorSpace is an affirming international community for LGBTQ young people ages 13-24. Sign up and start a conversation now.
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LGBT National
​Online Peer-Support CHAT  
https://www.glbthotline.org/peer-chat.html
GLBT National Help Center provides free and confidential telephone and internet peer counseling, information, and local resources for LGBTQ callers throughout the U.S.
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Safe HelpLine allows sexual assault survivors in the military to connect with and support one another in a moderated and secure online group chat environment.
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A volunteer-driven organization and team composed of people from all around the world, the mission is to reach out and offer hope to child abuse survivors. Open and private forums and resources are available to adult survivors of child sexual abuse and their loved ones.
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The mission of 1in6 is to help men who have had unwanted or abusive sexual experiences in childhood live healthier, happier lives. 1in6 also provides information and support resources on the web and in the community for family members, friends, partners and professionals.
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Service Women Action Network’s (SWAN) mission is to transform military culture by securing equal opportunity and freedom to serve without discrimination, harassment or assault; and to reform veterans’ services to ensure high quality health care and benefits for women veterans and their families.
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Support for Partners provides support for partners of those who have been sexually abused as children. This website provides an online forum and a library of resources to develop skills that help partners in their relationships and provide information about abuse and its effects.
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This Facebook group is designed to be a safe space for domestic abuse victims, survivors, advocates and others affected by abuse to support one another through meaningful dialogue and helpful insight.
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HAVOCA is run by survivors for adult survivors of child abuse. We provide support, friendship and advice for any adult whose life has been affected by childhood abuse. Every Survivor has the right to become a Thriver.

 

HAVOCA was established in 2001 to provide support and direction to any adult who has experienced child abuse. This experience may be first hand, or as a loved one of a survivor, or as a support worker for the victims of child abuse. The HAVOCA resource provides a wealth of information online and at the same time allows people to connect through The HAVOCA Survivor Forums. In doing so HAVOCA provides direction and friendship to survivors worldwide.

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We are facing a loneliness epidemic that is impacting mental health and well-being. Research shows that 3 in 5 Americans feel lonely.[1] Additionally, Mental Health America’s (MHA) screening data continues to show that loneliness and isolation are major concerns for people seeking help for their mental health. 71% of people in 2020 reported that loneliness or isolation was one of the top three things contributing to their mental health problems.

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Our mission is to provide life-saving services that allow survivors of domestic violence to find freedom while healing, become self-sufficient, and thrive.

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Our hotline offers safe, confidential advocacy services for Deaf survivors and service providers. We also provide resources and education about the need for Deaf abuse outreach programs.

NDVH has partnered with the Abused Deaf Women’s Advocacy Services (ADWAS) to provide advocacy for Deaf people through email, live chat, and video phone.

Though this is a self-guided platform, you are healing in community with other survivors. We invite you to be in community by saying yes to your own journey and bear witness to the journey of other survivors who are also navigating the site.

Physical separation does not limit our ability to be in community.  We believe that empathy: the ability to understand and share the feelings of another is an act of compassion and the way we hold community. 

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Trans Lifeline:

Call 1-877-565-8860

 

​The Trevor Project

Call 1-866-488-7386

Text START to 678678

Online Chat

https://www.thetrevorproject.org/get-help/

*Some of the material above was reprinted, with permission, from The National Sexual Assault Coalition Resource Sharing Project and the National Sexual Violence Resource Center’s publication entitled Online resources for survivors: Websites and Resources Offering Support and Help. This guide is available by visiting www.nsvrc.org.
 
This resource is part of a National Sexual Assault Demonstration Initiative. The Sexual Assault Demonstration Initiative (SADI) is the first large-scale project to address the challenges dual/multi-service programs face in reaching sexual assault survivors by dedicating resources, support, and replicable tools tailored specifically to the needs of those programs.

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