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Know Your IX: Know Your IX is an organization created to help students understand the rights protected by Title IX and how to prevent sexual assault at schools.

What college students and parents should ask before day one: a breakdown of crime in college, sexual assault on campus, tips, and tons more.

Sexual Assault/Abuse resources: This site lists resources around the world and a more specific link to information for male survivors

National Coalition Against Domestic Violence: This site has the phone numbers and links to the state coalitions against sexual assault

Communities United Against Violence: This site offers a 24 hour, confidential, multilingual crisis line for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning as well as Hate Violence Survivor and Domestic Violence Survivor projects. Emergency assistance (hotels, food, and transportation) and free counseling are also available through this site.

Campus Sexual Assault Victims’ Bill of Rights: This site briefly outlines the victim’s rights according to federal law.

Alcohol, Violence, and Aggression: pretty self-explanatory here

Stalking Awareness: this site lets you know what’s up about stalking and how to know when it’s happening to you and has resources for education, enforcement, victims, and funding

Male Survivor Resources: This site offers definitions, facts, a discussion board, and a directory of therapists

When the Survivor is a Lesbian: This site covers institutional and personal issues such as how lesbians and bisexual women are incorrectly treated by medical practitioners.

Quitting smoking? Quitday is an organization that helps women to become and stay tobacoo-free.

Smart and Healthy Choices: Healthy Women works to educate and empower women to make smart and healthy choices.

National Sexual Assault hotline: 1-800-656-HOPE (1-800-656-4673)

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


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