Call the New York State Hotline for Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence at 1-800-942-6906.
This free, confidential hotline is answered 24/7 by trained victim advocates who can provide you with information and crisis counseling on the phone. If you need or want in-person or follow-up services, you will be referred to your local rape crisis program for those services.
Contact Your Local Rape Crisis Program
NYSCASA’s member rape crisis programs provide free, confidential services including: 24/7 emergency hotline; crisis intervention; individual counseling; support groups; advocacy and accompaniment through medical, law enforcement, and court systems; information and referral.
A victim advocate at your local rape crisis program can provide you with information about your right to a sexual assault forensic exam and can meet you at the hospital to provide you with support if you decide you want the exam.
A victim advocate at your local rape crisis program can also accompany you if you wish to report the crime to law enforcement. A victim advocate’s support generally helps a victim/survivor navigate various systems, experience less trauma in those systems, and obtain better outcomes.
A victim advocate at your local rape crisis program can tell you about your federal, state, and local rights.
- Your Rights as a Survivor
- Culturally Specific Resources in New York State
- Campus Sexual Assault Resources
- Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) Resources
- Child Victims Act Resource Guide
- Survivors of Incest Anonymous
- Directory of resources for LGBTQIA-identified individuals in New York City
- Directory of resources for LGBTQIA-identified individuals in New York State
- Capital Region Health Directory for LGBT People of Color (Created by In Our Own Voices)
- Directory of Domestic & Gender Violence Programs Serving Asians and Pacific Islanders (Created by the Asian-Pacific Institute on Gender-Based Violence)
- Trans Sexual Violence Survivors: A Self-Help Guide to Healing and Understanding (Created by FORGE)
- What to Do When You Are Raped: an ABC Handbook for Native Girls (Created by The Native American Women’s Health Education Resource Center)