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Project Woman

Phone: (937) 328-5308 | Project Woman is dedicated to ending domestic violence and sexual assault by providing services and programs to protect, educate, and empower. With your help we can make a difference.

Family Violence Prevention Center

Phone: (937) 376-8526 | The mission of the Family Violence Prevention Center is to reduce family and relationship violence and its impact in Greene County through prevention, intervention, safe-housing and collaborative community programs.

Artemis Center

24/7 Domestic Violence Crisis Line: (937) 461-HELP (4357) | Artemis Center empowers survivors of domestic violence to make decisions and choices that will establish and maintain safety for themselves and their children. By working collaboratively with other community services, Artemis Center advocates are able to coordinate needed services. Additionally, community education and advocacy programs help to create community best practice responses for survivors of domestic violence.

SAFE Austin

Phone: (512) 267-7233 | Text Line: (737) 888-7233 | SAFE (Stop Abuse for Everyone) Austin provides confidential counseling and therapeutic services for survivors during their healing process to help move beyond the violence and trauma. The Therapeutic and Counseling program is designed to meet survivors wherever they are in the process of healing. Through education on the dynamics of interpersonal violence and the development of goals, survivors are supported as they heal from trauma and reclaim their lives. Counseling services are provided in multiple languages, including Spanish and American Sign Language. Individual, group, and family counseling are offered. Family counseling focuses on relationships and the health of the entire family. A variety of counseling groups fit all people and needs, including groups for drop-in clients, teens, Spanish-speaking clients, people with disabilities, women of color, men, and more.


Phone: (636) 931-2700 | Several Jefferson County and South County locations. Substance abuse treatment services, psychiatric services, individual and group therapy, special programs for domestic violence, and 24 hour crisis services. Physical and mental health.

SafeHouse Denver

24/7 Crisis Line: (303) 318-9989 | Phone: (303) 318-9959 | SafeHouse Denver serves survivors of domestic violence and their children through an Emergency Shelter, a non-residential Counseling & Advocacy Center and an Extended Stay Program.

The Blue Bench

Phone: (303) 329-9922 | At The Blue Bench, our mission is to eliminate sexual assault and diminish the impact it has on individuals, their loved ones and our community through comprehensive issue advocacy, prevention and care.

Chicanos Por La Causa

Phone: (623) 247-0464 | Chicanos Por La Causa (also known as CPLC) was founded in 1969 to confront oppression facing Latinos in Phoenix, Arizona, and has since become one of the largest Hispanic nonprofits in the country, promoting stronger and healthier communities throughout the southwestern United States. Behavioral health services offered include counseling and therapy services to those living with serious mental illness, general mental health issues, and substance abuse issues. These issues can be related to depression, anxiety, relationships, loss, substance abuse, suicidal thoughts, and trauma from sexual, emotional and/or physical abuse. Outpatient services offer flexible office hours and home-based services for children and their families, public transit accessibility, therapy in English and Spanish, and professional staff who utilize best practice models for treatment.

Portland Processwork Clinic

Phone: (503) 321-5002 | Portland Processwork Clinic welcomes diverse individuals who are looking for support to resolve conflicts, find meaning, and deepen or work with feelings and problems. The clinic offers affordable, confidential counseling and personal growth services for individuals, couples, families and groups. Portland Processwork Clinic offers services to all people regardless of age, race, cultural background, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, physical or mental abilities. Integrating dream work, movement, body symptoms, relationship, and community issues, Portland Processwork counselors offer transformative ways to work on personal growth, relationship conflicts and inner disturbances. Therapists are experienced in supporting people with sexuality and gender concerns, relationship and family issues, emotional distress, feeling low and helpless, grief and loss, eating issues, self esteem, discovering meaning in difficulties, abuse, and more.

Clermont Mental Health

Phone: (513) 318-3634 | Email: | Our practice provides affordable mental health care aimed to help you live a happy and healthy life. We are down-to-earth, nonjudgmental professionals who specialize helping clients who are recovering. Our slogan is "Survivors Thrive Here" because our clients have endured and survived life's most difficult circumstances. We address childhood abuse, domestic violence, sexual assault, spiritual abuse, chemical dependency, narcissistic abuse, medical trauma, intimate partner abuse, racial trauma and cult recovery. We offer recovery coaching, and the SNAP Educational Recovery program (Survivors of Narcissistic & Abusive Personalities).

Peaceful Paths

The certified domestic abuse network that serves survivors of domestic violence in Alachua, Bradford, and Union counties. Peaceful Paths provides a wide range of services including emergency shelter, transitional housing, crisis hotline, victim advocacy, children’s programming, education and training, counseling and support groups, community awareness and intervention, violence prevention programs, and batterer’s intervention programming. Peaceful Paths is a member of the Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence (FCADV).

The Pride Community Center of North Central Florida (PCCNCF)

The Pride Community Center of North Central Florida (PCCNCF) is a safe space for the LGBTQ+ Community in North Central Florida. Phone: (352) 377-8915

Gulf Coast Children's Advocacy Center

To enhance the quality of life for survivors of child abuse and sexual violence in our community by providing evidence-based, trauma-specific, specialized treatment. The Gulf Coast Children’s Advocacy Center’s Trauma Therapy Treatment Teams provides specialized, empirically supported, evidence-based therapy to survivors of child abuse and sexual violence and their non-offending family members.

Bay County Veterans Center

We offer confidential help for Veterans, service members, and their families at no cost in a non-medical setting. Our services include counseling for needs such as depression, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and the psychological effects of military sexual trauma (MST). We can also connect you with more support in VA and your community.Call 850-522-6102

Helping Hands Clinic For the Homeless

Helping Hands Clinic seeks to improve the physical and mental well-being of the homeless and poor by: delivering comprehensive health care, sensitizing providers to the special needs of the poor and engaging the community in meaningful contribution.

HopeWorks Howard County

24/7 Helpline: (410) 997-2272 | Phone: (410) 997-0304 | At HopeWorks our mission is to support and advocate for people in Howard County affected by sexual and intimate partner violence and to engage the community in creating the change required for violence prevention.

Netcare Access

Phone: (614) 276-CARE (2273) | We help people in need of behavioral healthcare and emotional support by providing comprehensive, evidence-based services needed to attain recovery and maintain well-being. We also help the courts and community agencies by providing professional evaluations and assessments for those that need them.

Huckleberry House

Phone: (614) 294-8097 | Huckleberry House works with Central Ohio's youth and families who are dealing with some of the most difficult problems imaginable. Issues like abuse, violence, neglect, poverty, and homelessness. No matter how hopeless the situation may seem, Huckleberry House offers proven programs and committed people who know how to help young people and families take control of their lives. A crisis shelter and a transitional living program are provided. Counseling services are available to youth ages 12 to 22 and their families. Therapists help youth and families address a wide range of issues including anger, anxiety, behavioral concerns, crisis situations, depression, family conflict, parenting, school problems, stress management, trauma and PTSD, and more. Free.

UChicago Medicine Mental and Behavioral Health Services

Phone: 1-888-824-0200 | We provide inpatient, outpatient and child and adolescent care for mental and behavioral health issues, including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorders, psychotic disorders, personality disorders, substance abuse and addiction and disordered eating so you can lead a productive, healthy life.

Ellie Mental Health

Phone: (615) 882-4196 | Our mission is to make getting mental health care the norm. And while we know that going to therapy and being vulnerable with someone you just met can seem scary, we do everything we can to make each session as comfortable and fun as possible. We aim to walk along this journey with you and provide you with a safe place to talk, decompress, and heal.

Davis House Child Advocacy Center

Phone: (615) 790-5900 | The mission and purpose of Davis House is to combat child abuse by coordinating services to children and families in crisis and providing community education focused on prevention and early intervention. The Counseling Program provides mental health treatment to children suffering from PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) symptoms following sexual and severe physical abuse. Severity of symptoms and best method of counseling are determined by pre-testing with age appropriate tools. Davis House employs therapists trained in both Trauma Focused - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and Play Therapy. One of the therapists will conduct the initial assessment, create a treatment plan and meet with the child (and family when necessary) for counseling sessions. - Free

Women's Center

Phone: 202-293-4580 | The Women's Center is a nonprofit organization that provides mental health counseling, support, and education to women, men, children, couples, and families of all ages in the DC metropolitan area. They offer reduced fee therapy provided by pre-licensed therapists, interns, and externs. Sessions can be conducted in either English or Spanish.

DC Rape Crisis Center Hotline

24/7 hotline: 202-333-7273 | This is a free, confidential, 24-hour hotline for anyone who is in need of immediate support after a sexual assault or related crisis. DC Rape Crisis Center provides individual and group therapy services for teens (13-17) who have experienced sexual assault of been affected by it. For callers in a crisis, this hotline provides immediate support over the phone.

Boston Area Rape Crisis Center

Phone: 800-439-2370 | The Boston Area Rape Crisis Center empowers survivors of sexual violence to heal and provide education and advocacy for social change to prevent sexual violence. The center runs a 24/7 hotline for survivors of sexual violence ages 12 or older. The hotline is also available to survivors' friends and families, as well as other professionals. Highly trained and supervised volunteer counselors and staff support survivors of sexual violence, their families and friends, and providers through free and confidential service.

The Therapy Center @ Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis

Phone: 617-277-3910 | The Therapy Center @ BGSP provides individual, couple, family and group sessions. Therapists are highly trained to see people with a wide range of emotional issues such as: anxiety, depression, addictions/substance abuse, relationship and marital difficulties, parental concerns, child & adolescent problems, work and school stress, and self-understanding. There are 30 therapists available; no waiting list. At the clinic, all therapists are psychoanalytic candidate practitioners, with social work, mental health worker, and psychologist degrees. The therapists represent a diverse population with the capacity to offer therapy in native languages, including Arabic, French, German, Italian, Korean, Portuguese, Swedish, Spanish, Farsi/Persian, Cantonese, Mandarin, and Latvian. Consultation fee $25, sliding scale from there

The Trevor Project

1-866-488-7386 or text START to 678-678. You can also chat with a counselor on the Trevor Project website | 24/7 information and support for LGBTQ+ young people


Call: 1-800-621-4673 | 24/7 support for anyone affected by sexual violence

Safe Horizon

Call: (212) 227-3000 | 24/7 hotline for domestic violence survivors providing crisis counseling, safety planning, assistance finding domestic violence shelters and more. Provides LGBT-affirming services for runaway and homeless youth, including emergency housing, food, clothing, showers, medical care, needle exchange and an HIV support group.

National Domestic Violence Hotline

Call: 1-800-799-7233 | 24/7 Support for survivors of domestic violence

Your Life Your Voice

Phone: 1-800-448-3000 | Text VOICE to 20121 | Focused on supporting youth

CUNY Central

Links to mental health, substance abuse, and medical resources

Mosaic Family Services

24/7 Crisis Hotline: (214) 823-4434 | Phone: (214) 821-5393 | Mosaic is a nonprofit, community-based organization serving the Dallas area providing culturally and linguistically competent services to refugees and immigrants in crisis. Mosaic is a safe haven for survivors of human rights abuses, including human trafficking and domestic violence. They serve hundreds of clients who have overcome incredibly adversity on their journey to independence in the United States. From aiding survivors of human trafficking and family violence to refugees from and around the globe, Mosaic's goal is to make the transition to freedom as easy as possible. They serve trafficking survivors, family violence survivors, refugees, and unaccompanied minors. These services include emergency shelter, transitional housing, counseling and therapy, legal services, community outreach, unaccompanied minor support, and community education.

Dallas Rape Crisis Center

24/7 Crisis Hotline: (972) 641-7273 | The Dallas Rape Crisis Center serves anyone impacted by sexual violence, noting that sexual violence does not discriminate. The center serves individuals impacted by sexual violence including women, men, the LGBTQ+ community, immigrants, refugees, and other survivors of sexual violence. All services are confidential and free of charge; select services are also available in spanish. Services include advocacy, clinical, and community outreach/education. Advocacy includes walk-in crisis intervention, medical advocacy, legal advocacy, and case management. Clinical services include counseling, walk-ins, and therapeutic groups. Community outreach and education includes providing community education, risk reduction, and prevention programs to Dallas County organizations, businesses, and schools.

Plaquemines Community C.A.R.E Centers Foundation

Phone: (504) 393-5750 | Plaquemines C.A.R.E Centers provide general counseling services provide psychotherapy to individuals, couples, families, and children on a sliding scale. Our professionally trained staff is made up of social workers, counselors, and master's level interns. Through the use of evidence based practices and techniques, clients are able to work through a variety of issue including: anxiety, depression, domestic violence, trauma, child abuse, sexual abuse, behavioral issues, relationship dynamics, parenting concerns, drug and alcohol abuse, and personal development. Most clients are seen between two and four times per month and the course of treatment may be short or long term, depending on the client's individualized assessment and treatment plan. Each clinician works with the client to develop a personalized treatment plan to meet the presenting needs.

HOPE Clinic

Email: | Main Phone: (504) 503-0878 | Forensics Phone: (504) 355-0857. The HOPE Clinic’s amazing team of medical professionals provide compassionate healthcare to the Greater New Orleans Community. The HOPE Clinic provides primary care, forensic exams, and behavioral health services. We specialize in providing trauma-informed healthcare in ways that patients feel informed, comfortable and in control of the process.

New Orleans Family Justice Center

Crisis line 24/7: 504-866-9554 | Office: 504-592-4005 | New Orleans Family Justice Center is a partnership of agencies dedicated to ending family violence, child abuse, sexual assault, and stalking through prevention and coordinated response by providing comprehensive client-centered, empowerment services in a single location. Our services are available to anyone who has experienced or been impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, child abuse or human trafficking. All of our services are free and offered in English and Spanish | On-site childcare is available. If you are interested in getting support, call us today at 504.592.4005 to schedule an intake.