An average of 293,066 Americans (age 12 or older) are victims of sexual violence each year. Here are all the numbers you need to know.
Tips that will help make you and your children a little safer.
Understanding what you're going through is the first step to recovery. Learn about common physical and psychological side effects.
Information on receiving medical attention, preserving & collecting forensic evidence, the importance of DNA, and communicating with law enforcement & the criminal justice system.
Learn about RAINN's work on DNA and other efforts to improve the criminal justice system and prevent future crimes.
What you need to know about sexual violence laws — and what to expect if you report to the police.
Learn the many forms sexual violence can take.
Steps to follow after an attack, medical information, and self-care tips for victims and their loved ones.
Whether you are looking for help for yourself or someone you care about, there are two important safety elements to consider: privacy and security.
List of state coalitions against sexual violence.
Find other organizations working to end sexual violence.