Resources Available for Sexual Abuse Survivors

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Some resources you’re probably not aware of. . . .

Know someone who suffered or is suffering harassment (or worse) on a college campus? Here’s some newly-posted helpful guidance:

https://intoaccount.org/2020/02/21/policies-%E2%89%A0-support/

Know an abuse victim who’s headed for court and wants in-person support? Do you know about Bikers Against Child Abuse?

https://ronproject.com/bikers-support-kids-abuse-court-case/?fbclid=IwAR2Z9E0Gd4vwYO-J5fP61lAEdmfXjW7cpjVY6x-wQGCnpG2_tq2Ye6t10XM

Know someone who was victimized by a priest as an adult? Check out this site:

https://adultsabusedbypriests.com/page/3/

Know anyone who’s concerned about protecting themselves from on-line harassment (or worse)?

Here are a few straightforward, easy and prudent steps to take:

https://slate.com/technology/2020/02/how-and-why-dox-yourself.html

Know anyone who wants to push for legislative measures that protect the vulnerable or expose the abusers? Consider telling them about Child USA, a Philadelphia-based non-profit headed by Professor Marci Hamilton, a widely-respected child advocate and constitutional scholar.

ChildUSA.org 

Check out the SNAP website (Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests). They have support for people who were hurt in these faith groups: Orthodox Christian, Presbyterian, Amish, Mennonite, Lutheran, Jewish, overseas missions, abused by nuns (a.k.a. “women religious”) or suffered ritual abuse.

https://www.snapnetwork.org/