Resource Collections

The National Women’s Law Center Fund is providing this list of additional resources for informational purposes only.  By providing this information, The National Women’s Law Center Fund does not vouch for the organizations listed or the results that you may obtain.

*If you are in immediate danger, please call 911.


I’m looking for information about my rights and the COVID-19 pandemic

I’ve gone through something difficult and I just really need someone to talk to. A listening ear is out there.

I need legal information.

I’m struggling with thoughts of suicide or self-harm. Life after trauma can be painful.

I’m looking for some ways to cope with the effects of my experience. The healing process is not one-size-fits-all. It can take time and a lot of trial and error to find what works best for you.

I need long-term mental health support. How can I find a therapist or a counselor? There is never a bad time to reach out for help.

I identify as a member of the LGBTQIA community. Are there resources for me? Your identity should never deny you access to the support you deserve.

I have a disability. Is there support out there for me?

I am scared to get help because of the status of my U.S. citizenship. These are hard times for immigrants in the United States, and with many factors at stake it can feel particularly challenging to ask for help.

I am a male survivor. What can I do? Navigating conversations as a male survivor can feel tricky.

I’d like to understand my situation better as a student. Discussions of sexual violence on campus can be particularly tough to manage.

Published On: October 1, 2018
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