National Organizations | State Coalitions
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National Organizations:

Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)

RAINN is the nation’s largest anti-sexual assault organization. RAINN operates the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1.800.656.HOPE. RAINN carries out programs to prevent sexual assault, help victims and ensure that rapists are brought to justice. RAINN uses its extensive entertainment industry and community-based connections to educate more than 120 million Americans each year about sexual assault.
Toll-Free: (800)656-HOPE | Website:

Start by Believing is a public awareness campaign uniquely focused on the public response to sexual assault. Because a friend or family member is typically the first person a victim confides in after an assault, each individual’s personal reaction is the first step in a long path toward justice and healing. Knowing how to respond is critical—a negative response can worsen the trauma and foster an environment where perpetrators face zero consequences for their crimes.
Because rapists attack an average of six times, one failed response can equal five more victims. Start byBelieving will lead the way toward stopping this cycle, by creating a positive community response, informing the public, uniting allies and supporters, and improving our personal reactions. The goal is to change the world, and outcomes for victims, one response at a time. | Website:

End Violence Against Women International (EVAWI) was founded in 2003 and is lead by Sergeant Joanne Archambault, who retired from the San Diego Police Department after serving almost 23 years in law enforcement. Working with professionals inside and outside the criminal justice system, we seek to improve outcomes for victims and pursue accountability for their assailants. Our goal is to protect victims, prevent future attacks, and keep our communities safe.

As a professional training organization, we offer a broad portfolio of resources to improve criminal justice and community responses to gender-based violence. |


The National Organization against Male Sexual Victimization, is committed to preventing, healing, and eliminating all forms of sexual victimization of boys and men through treatment, research, education, advocacy, and activism. The organization maintains a web site ( that includes a wealth of information for survivors and professionals about male sexual victimization as well as a Discussion Board and live Chat Room where survivors can network and support one another, anonymously if they wish. MaleSurvivor also publishes a newsletter and sponsors periodic conferences and healing retreats. | Website:


AdvocateWeb is the largest internet resource dealing with sexual misconduct, exploitation, and abuse of clients by mental health professionals, medical professionals, clergy, lawyers, educators, and law enforcement officials. AdvocateWeb offers extensive free resources for victims, survivors, their families, friends, victim advocates, and professionals seeking to address this problem. | Website:

The Awareness Center

The Awareness Center is the Jewish Coalition Against Sexual Abuse/Assault (JCASA). JCASA is dedicated to addressing sexual violence in the Jewish communities around the world.
Toll-Free: (443) 857-5560 | Website:

The Arizona Department of Health Services

The Arizona Department of Health Services Sexual Violence Prevention & Education provides rape prevention education to students, professionals, and community members. These interventions have covered all racial and ethnic groups throughout Arizona – including Native American and Hispanic groups.
Toll-Free: (602) 542-7343 | Website:

The DATE SAFE Project

The DATE SAFE Project is committed to being a national leader in the mission to teach youth and adults that “asking first” makes all the difference in creating safer intimacy and decreasing occurrences of sexual assault. By producing interactive presentations, educational resources, and other national initiatives, we teach how a better understanding of consent leads to healthier dating and to a greater awareness of the many issues surrounding human sexuality and sexual assault.
Toll-Free: (800) 329-9650 | Website:

National Domestic Violence Registry

The first national database model for domestic violence convictions available to the public.  We have the opportunity to provide a major program that will vastly help in the prevention of domestic violence, guide citizens to making more informed decisions about those they date, exponentially raise awareness nationally for domestic violence incidences, and provide the opportunity to influence the history of crime prevention throughout the United States. | Website:

FaithTrust Institute

A national multi-faith organization working to end sexual and domestic violence. WE provide communities and advocates with the tools and knowledge they need to address religious and cultural issues related to abuse. Through training, consultation, and educational materials, we equip religious leaders sexual and domestic violence in their communities. | Website:

National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC)

A comprehensive collection and distribution center for information, statistics, and resources related to sexual violence. It serves as a resource for coalitions, rape crisis centers, allied organizations, and others working to eliminate sexual assault. The NSVRC does not provide direct services to sexual assault victims but rather supports those who do.
Toll-Free: (877) 739-3895 | Website:

SAKHI for South Asian Women

Uniting survivors, communities, and institutions to eradicate domestic violence and form healthy communities. | Website:

Stop It Now!

A national non-profit working to prevent child sexual abuse using the tools of public health. Since 1992, our public policy, public education, and research programs have protected children by emphasizing adult and community responsibility.
Toll-Free: (888)PREVENT | Website:

Security On Campus, Inc.

The only national non-profit organization devoted exclusively to providing services to the victims of violence on college campuses and to educate students. When SOC works with victims, university policies are changed for the better.
Toll-Free: (888) 251-7959 | Website:

Men Can Stop Rape

Men Can Stop Rape mobilizes male youth to prevent men’s violence against women. The organization builds young men’s capacity to challenge harmful aspects of traditional masculinity, to value alternative visions of male strength, and to embrace their vital role as allies with women and girls in fostering healthy relationships and gender equity.
Phone: (202) 265-6530 | Website:

Gift From Within

A non-profit organization with educational materials for survivors of trauma, advocates and counselors. | Website:

A complete guide to information about self-improvement, personal growth and self-help on the internet. It is designed to be an organized directory, with articles and references to thousands of other web sites on the world wide web. | Website:


Offering ebooks on “Child Abuse Recovery.” Providing valuable information to people who were abused at any age and lists access to 1000s of recovery organizations in over 100 languages. | Website:

A Men’s Project (AMP)

Links related to Men and Boys in North America – Respecting Others and Ourselves. |Website:


State Coalitions Against Sexual Assault

To find local rape crisis centers, click on the name of your state coalition against sexual assault and you will be forwarded to their website. If they do not have a working website, then call the number provided. They will be happy to help you the closest rape crisis center.

Alabama Coalition Against Rape
(334) 264-0123 |

Alaska Network on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
(907) 586-3650 |

Arizona Sexual Assault Network (AzSAN)
(480) 831-1986 |

Arkansas Coalition Against Sexual Assault
(866) 63-ACASA |

California Coalition Against Sexual Assault
(916) 446-2520 |

Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CCASA)
(303) 861-7033 |

Connecticut Sexual Assault Crisis Services, Inc. (CONNSACS)
(888) 999-5545 |

Sexual Assault Network of Delaware (SAND)
c/o CONTACT Delaware Crisis Line in Delaware: (800) 262-9800 |

District of Columbia Rape Crisis Center
202-232-0789 |

Florida Council Against Sexual Violence
(850) 297-2000 |

Georgia Network to End Sexual Assault
(866) 354-3672 |

Dekalb (Georgia) Rape Crisis Program
(404) 377-1429 |

Hawaii Coalition for the Prevention of Sexual Assault
(808) 733-9038

Idaho Coalition Against Sexual & Domestic Violence
(800) 669-3176 |

Illinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault (ICASA)
(217) 753-4117 |

Indiana Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Inc. (INCASA)
(317) 423-0233 |

Iowa Coalition Against Sexual Assault (Iowa CASA)
(515) 244-7424 |

Kansas Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence
(785) 266-1874 |

Kentucky Association of Sexual Assault Programs, Inc.
(502) 226-2704 |

Louisiana Foundation Against Sexual Assault (LaFASA)
(985) 345-5995 | (888) 995-7273 (Toll-free number from Louisiana) |

Maine Coalition Against Sexual Assault
(800) 871-7741 |

Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault
(410) 974-4507 |

Jane Doe Inc.,
The Massachusetts Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence
(877) 785-2020 |

Michigan Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual Violence
(517) 347-7000 |

Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault
(800) 964-8847 |

Mississippi Coalition Against Sexual Assault
Department of Health – Mississippi State
(888) 987-9011 |

Missouri Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence
(573) 634-4161 |

Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault
(816) 931-4527 |

Montana Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence
(406) 443-7794 |

Nebraska Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Coalition (NDVSAC)
(402) 476-6256 |

Nevada Coalition Against Sexual Violence
(702) 914-6878 not a hotline number | Crisis Hotline: (800) 656-HOPE |

New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence
Hotline: (800) 277-5570 |

New Jersey Coalition Against Sexual Assault – NJCASA
(609) 631-4450 | Hotline: (800) 601-7200 |

New Mexico Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs, Inc.
(505) 883-8020 |

New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault (NYSCASA, Inc.)
(518) 482-4222 |

North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault (NCCASA)
(919) 871-1015 |

North Dakota Council on Abused Women’s Services – Coalition Against Sexual Assault in ND
(888) 255-6240 | (701) 255-6240 |

Ohio Alliance to End Sexual Violence (OAESV)
888-886-8388 |

Oklahoma Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
(405) 524-0700 |

Oregon Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence (OCADSV)
(503) 230-1951 |

Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape (PCAR)
(888) 772-PCAR | (717) 728-9740 |\

Rhode Island Sexual Assault Coalition
(800) 494-8100 |

South Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault
(803) 256-2900 | (800) 260-9293 |

South Dakota Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Abuse
(605) 945-0869 |

Tennessee Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence
(615) 386-9406 | (800) 356-6767 (Tennessee) | (800) 7997233 (National Domestic Violence Hotline) |

Texas Association Against Sexual Assault (TAASA)
(512) 474-7190 |

Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault
(801) 746-0404 | (888) 421-1100 |

Vermont Network Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
(802) 223-1302 | (800) 489-7273 |

Virginia Sexaul and Domestic Violence Action Alliance
(434) 979-9002 |

Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs
(800) 775-8013 |

West Virginia Foundation for Rape Information & Services
(304) 366-9500 |

Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault (WCASA)
Phone/TTY: (608) 257-1516 |

Wyoming Coalition Against Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault
(800) 799-7233 |

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