Support

Sexual Violence & Domestic Violence Resources in Arizona
Comprehensive list of sexual and domestic violence shelters, hotlines, and programs, from the Arizona Coalition to End Domestic Violence.

Self-Care after Rape
Good self-care is a challenge for many people and it can be especially challenging for survivors of rape, sexual assault, and sexual abuse. It can also be an important part of the healing process. …

Finding Support
A strong support network can make a world of difference in the aftermath of violence, but knowing whom to turn to after experiencing assault, harassment, or abuse can be a difficult thing. …

Coping with School
Healing from sexual violence while also trying to keep up with our academic obligations can be overwhelming. Sometimes we may not understand why studying, completing extra-curricular activities, or just feeling social is becoming increasingly difficult. …

Coping with Triggers
A “trigger” is something which reminds you of something painful, frightening, dangerous or upsetting. A trigger can also be something which causes you to react or behave in a certain way, or that makes you feel explosive, panicky, or like you might want to hurt yourself or someone else. …

Support a Survivor
When a survivor comes out about having been raped or sexually assaulted — whether it be their first time telling anyone or their hundredth — recognize that the process can be extremely difficult and that you should be as supportive as possible. When a victim comes out to you, remember that they have chosen to trust you with a part of themselves. …

Online Hotline (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network)
Using a secure and anonymous instant-messaging type format, the Online Hotline allows victims of sexual violence to communicate directly with trained crisis support volunteers.

To connect with other survivors at ASU, email SunDevilsASA@gmail.com.

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