Other Helpful Resources

For additional resources or to find a Sexual Assault Center near you, call our crisis line at (770) 503-7273 or visit the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network.


Other Sexual Violence Resources

Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)- coordinates the National Sexual Assault Hotline (800) 656-4673, offers confidential online chat with trained Advocates, and offers information/resources for survivors and their loved ones

Georgia Network to End Sexual Assault

National Sexual Violence Resource Center

After Silence and After Silence en espanol– offers free moderated online support groups, chat rooms, and message boards on a variety of topics related to healing from sexual violence

Pandora’s Project– offers online peer support for survivors

Safe Helpline– support for sexual assault survivors in the military

Support for Partners– support and resources for partners of survivors of sexual abuse 

Mental Health Crisis & Suicide Resources

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline -1-800-273-8255

Georgia Crisis & Access Line-1-800-715-4225, offers 24/7 support & resources for individuals in Georgia with developmental disabilities, mental health concerns & alcohol/substance abuse

7 Cups– online therapy and free online chats with trained volunteers 

Domestic Violence Resources

The National Domestic Violence Hotline-1-800-799-7233

National Network to End Domestic Violence 

Gateway Domestic Violence Center– serving Hall County

Circle of Hope– serving Habersham, Stephens & White Counties

No One Alone (NOA)- serving Dawson & Lumpkin Counties

Family Haven– serving Forsyth County

Resources for Male Survivors

1 in 6 – information & chat based online group support

Male Survivor

LGBTQIA+ Resources

Resources for Teens

Breaking Silence Teen Text Line– 706-765-8019, offers free & confidential 24/7 text line support for teens 

Love is Respect

Break the Cycle

Safe B.A.E

Resources for Military & Veterans

Department of Defense Safe Helpline– 877-995-5247, offers support to military members and their families, and can help connect members to the responders nearest them

Modern Military Association of America

Military Crisis Line from the VA– 1-800-273-8255 and press 1, texting at 838255, or chatting online; provides free support for all Service members, even if they are not registered with VA or enrolled in VA health care

Substance Abuse Resources

Start Your Recovery– An easy way to learn about substance abuse and addiction; This can help to determine your next step in recovery, whether it’s rehabilitation, counseling, or a support group in Georgia– Finding the right drug rehab in Georgia is crucial to long-term recovery and sobriety. The professionals at will help you find a substance use treatment center that meets your individual treatment needs

Victims Compensation Resources


Child survivors often know the perpetrator, 93% are known to the victim.