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It was not your fault if a crime happened to you.  I Believe You.

You are not alone and help is available if you need it.

If you are in immediate danger, please call 9-1-1 if you feel safe doing so.

Abuse in your family or with a partner?

In a violent relationship? 

Were you sexually assaulted?

Is someone stalking you?

Are you in a forced marriage? 


Are you experiencing elder abuse or know someone who is? 

Are you a survivor of incest?



Are you being forced to do anything you do not want to do? Have you been threatened if you try to leave? Have you witnessed young girls being prostituted?

Are you a male survivor?

LGBTQIA Victim Information:

Are you considering Suicide?

  • Call the Suicide Hotline 1-800-SUICIDE (784-2433)/1-800-273-TALK (8255)

  • Call the Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-800-827-7571

Additional Resources:

List of Full Contact Self-Defense Classes Around the World:

Interested in FREE legal help?

Looking for a therapist?

  • Gina Polesetsky, M.A., Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), #133468

    • Specialties: BIPOC Individuals, Anxiety, Trauma, Incest, Relationships/Intimacy, High conflict divorce, separation, and co-parenting, Blended families and stepfamilies, Narcissistic abuse recovery.

  • Tiffany Wright, LCSW, Psychotherapist, Wellness Consultant, #101790

    • Trained in: Brainspotting & Ecotherapy

    • Specialties: Identity/esteem, grief, eating disorders, childhood/race-based trauma, and relationship strain. Tiffany is a trauma-informed  and social justice- centered psychotherapist licensed to work with residents in California and Texas. She provides online therapy to adults. Tiffany is an energetic, mindfulness-focused, and trauma-informed clinician who takes a holistic approach to help you understand and nurture yourself. She devises specific treatment plans that may include utilizing worksheets, art, music, narration, nature, and adventure to process your thoughts and emotions and connect to who you are.

  • SelfWorks, (914) 341-2628, Group Private Therapy based in NY with virtual sessions available.

Asking for help is one of the most courageous things someone can do.

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