Very Important! (Sexual Assault) (You May Want To Print This)


You are not alone.

There is help available.

Many of us care about you.

The following (except for the Wikipedia articles and new additions) are from Experience Project Help.

Suicide Prevention Hotlines

1--800--273--TALK (8255)
1--800--SUICIDE ( 1--800--784--2433 )

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline provides immediate assistance to individuals in suicidal crisis by connecting them to the nearest crisis center in their area.

National hotline for those at risk of suicide sponsored by the Kristin Brooks Hope Center, a non-profit organization dedicated to suicide prevention, intervention and healing.

Other suicide resources:

·         The Samaritans

·         American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

·         National Council for Suicide Prevention

·         Suicide Prevention Action Network

·         Stop A Suicide Today

·         List of all global helplines

Abuse, Domestic Violence, and Rape

·         Childhelp (Child Abuse): 1--800--4ACHILD (USA)

·         National Center on Elder Abuse: 1--800--677--1116 (USA)

·         National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1--800--799--7233 (USA)

·         Women's Aid Domestic Violence Helpline: 0808 2000 247 (UK)

·         Global directory of abuse hotlines / resources

·         Violence Against Women at (USA) (New)

·         Text of ‘‘Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013’’ (USA) (New)

·         Violence Against Women at the UN (New)

Good articles (from Wikipedia):

·                     Sexual assault

·                     Initiatives to prevent sexual violence 

·                     Causes of sexual violence 

·                     Estimates of sexual violence 

·                     Rape 

·                     Types of rape 

·                     Effects and aftermath of rape

·                     Rape trauma syndrome 

·                     Blame 

·                     Victim blaming 

·                     History of rape 

·                     War rape 

·                     Rape statistics 

Substance Abuse

·         Alcohol Abuse and Crisis Intervention: 800--234--0246 (USA)

·         National Drug Information Treatment and Referral Hotline: 800--662--4357 (USA)

·         National Alcoholism Helpline: 0800 917 8282 (UK)

Medical Emergencies

·         USA/Canada: 911

·         United Kingdom: 999

·         Australia: 000

·         Poison Help: 1--800--222--1222 (USA)

Women's Health / Pregnancy / Sexual Health

Planned Parenthood: 1--800--230--PLAN (USA)

National Sexually Transmitted Diseases & AIDS Hotline: 1--800--342--2437 (USA)


Karll Karll
56-60, M
2 Responses Jan 17, 2013

Those numbers don't help anyone.

Those numbers are part of the facts, Gemma. Knowing the facts, the resources, education, are I believe important requisites for anyone trying to deal with this very important problem, one with often very painful consequences.
May I kindly ask you how better we might go about this? Maybe there are better ways.
Have a pleasant and hopefully peaceful day!

The numbers do help. A few years back I almost killed myself when my daughter was home. They calmed me down and got me help

I meant those hotlines don't help in rape situations. I called numerous of those hotlines, they never did or said anything that helped me in any way.

Everyone has different needs. Some people wont call police, or want to kill themselves because of rape especially if its ******. some people take showers destroying evidence. I wish I called one of these numbers when i was younger, maybe I could have been save and not want to die today

if its what? I can't see that one word, ******

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Thank you for sharing this.

The very least we can do for you, young ladies! We love you!