Thousands Seek Help Following Launch of Survivor Series

Following the launch of a new national, multi-network campaign, RAINN's victim service programs have seen a surge in demand. In the month since the release of the RAINN Survivor Series, 17,633 survivors have sought help from RAINN's hotlines. 

RAINN Survivor Series

The RAINN Survivor Series, a new multimedia campaign in which seven survivors share their personal experiences with sexual assault, encourages those impacted by sexual violence to reach out for help through the National Sexual Assault Hotline, available via phone (800.656.HOPE) and secure online chat (online.rainn.org).

Join RAINN This April

April marks Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month (#SAAPM). To help more people get involved in the conversation, RAINN highlights five ways to speak up and speak out about sexual violence this month. 

RAINN Launches Multimedia Campaign with Real Stories of Surviving Sexual Violence

In advance of Sexual Assault Awareness & Prevention Month in April, RAINN, with the support of Getty Images, releases a new multimedia campaign featuring seven survivors who speak openly about their experiences with sexual violence. 

The Faces of La Sala De Ayuda

RAINN’s online communications manager, sat down with moderators of La Sala De Ayuda to discuss what it takes to run an online peer-support group and how they hope the service will help Spanish-speaking individuals.

Las caras de La Sala De Ayuda

Los especialistas de apoyo que operan La Sala de Ayuda están capacitados especialmente para moderar conversaciones de grupos online que se llevan a cabo en La Sala de Ayuda.

Staff Spotlight: Jennifer Marsh

When Jennifer Marsh joined RAINN as a volunteer recruiter in 2006, the National Sexual Assault Hotline existed only by telephone, but that was all about to change.

RAINN Partners with Greek Life to Support Survivors

Greek life organizations, and other on-campus groups of influence, are in a unique position to lead conversations about sexual violence and talk about ways to reduce instances of sexual assault on campus. 

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