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Sexual Harassment & Violence

Resources for Victims

These resources are designed to help you to decide what's best for you.

Counseling & Support

RAINN’s National Sexual Assault Hotline can connect you to local organizations that offer free counseling and local service providers that offer support or advocacy.

Your Rights & Attorney Referrals

The National Women’s Law Center provides helpful legal information and a listing of attorneys in their Legal Network for Gender Equity of attorneys who specialize in sexual harassment cases.

Top 10 Things Victims Can Do

Know that it’s not your fault and you are not alone. The resurgence of #MeToo has revealed so many experiences of sexual harassment and assault in the workplace. You have the right to work in an environment free from sexual harassment and violence. And while it can be an isolating and traumatic experience, click here for ways to seek help and receive support.

Decision Tree for Victims

In recent surveys, a majority of working women in the U.S. have experienced some form of sexual harassment. Moreover, in many instances, multiple women are harassed by the same perpetrator in the workplace. The first question you may ask yourself before you do anything is: What do you want to happen or change? Click here for additional points to consider.