Resources Located in Seattle or Online
RAINN is a great resource with a 24-hour hotline that can connect survivors to resources and information as well as advice and support.
Know Your IX
Know Your IX has a lot of information on how to get support throughout the Title IX reporting process as well as your rights as a survivor throughout the process. They also have many valuable pages with advice on things like facing discrimination as a survivor and how to build a support network. They also have information catered to specific groups and advice for survivors in certain communities such as the LGBTQ+ community.
End Rape on Campus
End Rape on Campus offers direct support to survivors as well as information on laws that affect survivors and other educational resources. They also advocate on policy that affects survivors,
National Women’s Law Center
National Women’s Law Center advocates for all survivors in the federal government, courts, states, and in the press. They also offer information on abortion resources and birth control resources.
Equal Rights Advocates
ERA works for student’s equity and rights in schools. Offers many resources about gender discrimination, sexual assault and harassment , and information about Title IX proceedings amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Title IX (federal)
Information about the federal Title IX program and information on the federal law/process.
End the Backlog
Information about rape kits, rape kit exams, and what to expect from that process if a survivor chooses to go this route.