The War Zone HELP and TRIBUTE Page
A Film by Tim Roth


My main idea of creating this page was not only to pay tribute to a remarkable, and very powerful movie - but, to also provide links and resources for those who have survived child abuse or especially, those still needing help.  I'm not an expert, nor have I lived through the experiences portrayed in the film, I am just someone who was deeply moved by the film and just trying to make a small difference.  Also I owe a big thanks to the people who contributed to this page and cheered me along in it's progress - without you, it couldn't have been created as it was.
Thank you so much!!  Kim


The FILM:


THE WAR ZONE (1999)
LOT 47 FILMS

directed by Tim Roth
screenplay and original book by Alexander Stuart
music by Simon Boswell

(view the trailer HERE)
This film is available for sale or rental on DVD or VHS

Credited cast overview:
Lara Belmont ....  Jessie
Freddie Cunliffe ....  Tom
Ray Winstone ....  Dad
Tilda Swinton ....  Mum
Annabelle Apsion ....  Nurse
Kate Ashfield ....  Lucy
Colin Farrell (I) ....  Nick
Aisling O'Sullivan ....  Carol
Megan Thorp ....  Baby Alice
Kim Wall (II) ....  Barman

Synopsis:
For fifteen-year old Tom (Cunliffe), the war zone is at the heart of his seemingly happy middle-class family. Nothing can prepare him for the
terrible secret that binds his father (Winstone) and his seventeen-year-old sister Jessie (Belmont). Isolated, confused and consumed by adolescent
anger, Tom is determined to reveal the truth.

Pictures from the Film
Links to Sites about the Movie
Sites about the Cast
Sites about the Director



HOTLINES:
(Please click on buttons or URLs to visit sites associated with listed.  New additions are marked by a *, as I ran out of room the rest are 
listed in a new section below.)

RAINN:
http://www.rainn.org/
1-800-656-HOPE (656-4673)
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
The Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN)
252 Tenth Street, NE
Washington, DC 20002
RAINN automatically routes your call to the rape crisis center 
nearest you, whose sensitivity to male survivors cannot be assured. 

Cool Nurse Hotline Numbers:
http://www.coolnurse.com/hotline.htm

HELP LINKS:
(Please click on buttons or URLs to visit sites associated with listed.  New 
additions are marked by a *, as I ran out of room the rest are listed in a new 
section below.)

Suicide Helplines from Befrienders from 
Around the World:
http://www.suicide-helplines.org/

One In Four
http://www.oneinfour.org/

Advocate Web:
E-Mail: hope@advocateweb.org
http://www.advocateweb.com/

For Loved Ones of Sexual Assault/Abuse Survivors:
http://www.couns.uiuc.edu/Brochures/friends.htm

The Samaritans:
http://www.samaritans.org.uk/
Call: 08457 90 90 90 (UK); 1850 60 90 90 (Rol)
E-mail: jo@samaritans.org
Scared At School: Sexual Violence Against Girls in 
South African Schools:
http://www.hrw.org/reports/2001/safrica/
Report from Human Rights Watch, March 2001.
NYC Only
Child abuse hotline:
800 342-3720

Incest hotline: 
212 227-3000

TOTLINE -- Hotline for referrals of infants under the 
age of three with problems (call between the hours of 
9:00am and 4:00pm) 
800 577-2229 
800 577-BABY

YOUTHLINE -- Where kids can talk safely about 
anything that is bothering them. 
800 246-4646

HRA Infoline -- For general questions about 
children's welfare. 
718 291-1900

S.E.S.A.M.E.
(Survivors of Educator Sexual Abuse and Misconduct Emerge):
ATTN: Terri Miller
P.O. Box 905
Pahrump, Nevada 89041
E-mail: babae4justice@aol.com
http://www.ncweb.com/org/rapecrisis/sesamehome.html
A non-profit organization dedicated to informing the public about, 
and reducing the incidence of, the sexual abuse of students at the 
hands of teachers and other school staff.

Annie's Story of Recovery:  The Pain & The Victories:
A survivor's account of her road to recovery.
http://www.healthyplace.com/communities/abuse/survivors/annie/

Self-help Books for Male Survivors of Abuse:
Grant Me The Serenity... Books for Male Abuse Survivors.
This site is specifically for men dealing with sexual abuse.
These books are available for purchase.
http://open-mind.org/Books/Abuse4.htm

National Headquarters:
PO Box 438679
Chicago, IL 60643-8679
Phone: (312) 409-2720
E-mail: info@snap-net.org
Catholic Scouters & Sexual Abuse:
http://www.bsa-discrimination.org/html/sexabuse.html

Incest Awareness Foundation:
http://members.tripod.com/~IncestAware/home.html

New England SNAP Regional Office:
(MA, RI, CT, NH, VT)
37 Oakview Terrace
Boston, MA 02130-4904
Phone: (617) 983-5075
Fax: (617) 983-5075
E-mail: mailto:info@snap-net.org
Silent Edge:
P.O. Box 2216
Syracuse, NY 13220
E-mail: ebedgert@mailbox.syr.edu
http://www.silent-edge.org/index.html
Group working to end sexual abuse and harassment in the figure 
skating community.
Southern Midwest SNAP Regional Office: 
(MO, IL, LA, MS, AR)
7234 Arsenal Street
St. Louis, MO 63143-3404
Phone: (314) 645-5915
Fax: (314) 645-2017
Survivors' Network of Those Abused by Priests (SNAP):
http://www.survivorsnetwork.org/

Escaping Hades:
A rape and sexual abuse survivor's page: 
http://www.escapinghades.com/

West Coast Regional Office (CA, WA, HI, OR):
PO Box 425
Hayward, CA 94543-0425
Phone: (510) 727-1872
E-mail: terrie@light-hall.com
Guidelines for the Psychosocial Treatment of 
Intrafamilial Child Physical and 
Sexual Abuse:
http://www.musc.edu/cvc/guide1.htm
Working With Children Check:
Phone: (08) 9286 7220
E-mail: check@kids.nsw.gov.au
http://www.kids.nsw.gov.au/check/
Guidelines to New South Wales (Australia) 7/00 legislation applying to all those working with children and youth, paid employees or volunteers, secular or religious groups. Contains general procedures and downloadable forms which may be valuable to groups in all areas that work with children and want to screen their employees and volunteers.
Heroes Great and Small, Inc:
P.O. Box 705
Armuchee, GA 30105
Phone: (706) 235-4463
E-mail: heroesgreatandsmall@yahoo.com
http://www.heroesgreatandsmall.org/
Free education and support groups for sexually-abused children. 

DRCC - I Want Help
http://www.drcc.ie/help/incest/

National Child Abuse Hotline:
1-800-4-A-CHILD
http://www.childhelpusa.org/

Robyn's Nest - Child Abuse Hotlines and Resources:
http://www.robynsnest.com/abuseresources.htm

Making Daughters Safe Again:
E-mail: mdsasupport@mail.com
http://mdsasupport.homestead.com/index.html
Resources for mother-daughter incest survivors, including online 
self-help, info, chat, public forums, info for students, researchers, 
loved ones, general research on female offenders, links.
Monterey Rape Crisis Center:
Monterey area
(831) 375-4357 Monterey Peninsula
633-5900 North County
PO Box 2630
Monterey, CA 93940
Sibling Abuse Survivors Information and Advocacy Network
E-mail: info@sasian.org
http://www.sasian.org/

Kids in Trouble Help Page
http://www.geocities.com/EnchantedForest/2910/hotlines.html

Men Overcoming Sexual Assault:
San Francisco
1 (510) 845-7273
Monday-Friday, 7-10pm (Pacific Time).
Hotline setup specifically for male survivors. Unfortunately, in the Summer of 1997 they lost their funding for existence as a separate program. If the number above doesn't work, contact Bay Area Women Against Rape (BAWAR).
In honour of Charlotte's links...I'm reposting what she posted on the 
net for links from Rose...thanks you two!
I gave Rose the URL for the website -
http://www.angelsurvive.com/forum/helplines.asp
earlier this week.  Its just a lot of links... 
it's based in the UK but I think a few of the links are internet based. 
while I was looking for that I also found 
http://www.voices-action.org/
Boulder County Rape Crisis Team:
Colorado
(303) 443-7300
24 hours 7 days/week. English, Spanish available on request.

Maine
(800) 338-6172
Hours and sponsoring organization unknown.

External Links - Sex Abuse: http://www.plannedparenthood.org/library/EXTERNALLINKS/sexual_abuse.html

Child Abuse Survivor Resources:
http://www.geocities.com/WestHollywood/1769/survivor2.html

Child Abuse Prevention Network:
http://child-abuse.com/

Sexually Assaulted Males Peer Support Group:
Massachusetts
(617) 437-9663 (Boston?)
Not a hotline, but a support group for men who are survivors of sexual assault. Meets 7pm-9pm. Hours and sponsoring organization unknown.

Rape & Sexual Abuse Center:
Minnesota
(612) 825-4527 (825-HELP)
2431 Hennepin Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 
55405
Office: 612-374-9077
Email: jb@visi.com
"In addition to the crisis line, we provide individual, group and couples psychotherapy to male/female, gay/lesbian/straight/bi adults and adolescents. We are in the process of starting a support group specifically for adult male assault survivors." 

Hot Peach Pages:
Hot Peach Pages - Abuse Help Lines New/Features.
http://www.hotpeachpages.org/

The Survivor's Voice:
http://www.survivorsvoice.com/

Let the Truth Ring Out!  Web Ring:
http://www.nemasys.com/ghostwolf/truthringout/

SAMARITANS USA:
http://www.hopeline.com/6/Samaritans.asp

SAMARITANS UK/IRELAND:
http://www.samaritans.org.uk/

Tammy's Survivor Site:
http://www.warmfuzzy.com/survivors/disclaimer.asp

ASCA, Adult Survivors of Child Abuse - The Morris Center
http://www.ascasupport.org/

Male Survivors - Abuse-Incest Support Net Links:
incestabuse.about.com 

Community Action Against Rape:
Las Vegas
Nevada
(800) 752-4528
(702) 366-1640
(702) 366-1640 (TDD)
About 11% of their clients are men.

Rape Intervention Program/Crime Victim 
Assessment Project:
New York
New York City: Manhattan, Citywide
(212) 523-4728
St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital
411 West 114th Street
New York, NY 
USA  10025

The Survivor's Page
http://www.sehlat.com/survs.html

MollyKat's Resources for Survivors
http://www.geocities.com/mollykat1313/

Aware Foundation - Sexual Abuse Hotlines:
http://www.awarefoundation.org/aware/resources/sexual_abuse_hotlines.asp
hotlines.asp

Teen Advice Online - Hotline Numbers
http://www.teenadviceonline.org/gethelp/numbers.html

Sexual Abuse Treatment, Referral, Resource and Research Page:
http://www.angelfire.com/mi/collateral/

Victim of Violence Assistance Program:
East Side, Murray Hill area
(212)561-3755
Bellevue Hospital
27th Street and First Avenue, Room GC-63
New York, NY 10016

Rape Crisis Intervention Program:
Greenwich Village
(212)790-8068

Saint Vincent's Hospital and Medical Center:
153 West 11th Street
New York, NY 10011
(212)604-8068
In 1996, Saint Vincent's Rape Crisis Program provided services to 14 (about 7%) adult male survivors of rape, attempted rape and sexual abuse. 

Health Hot Lines:
http://www.ucop.edu/humres/eap/hotlines.html

Kids' Help Lines and Advice:
http://www.kidsturncentral.com/links/helplines.htm

Finding Help In Canada:
http://incestabuse.about.com/library/FindHelp/blCanada.htm

JellyBean Magazine - Teen Hotlines
http://www.myjellybean.com/life/hotlines.html

UCLA Hotlines:
http://smhp.psych.ucla.edu/hotline.htm

4 Youth By Youth Hotlines:
http://www.lastdaysministries.org/youth/numbers.html

Psychologynet:
http://www.psychologynet.net/

Teen Advice Helplines
http://teenadvice.about.com/cs/helplines/

Child Abuse: International Child Abuse Network - YesICAN:
http://www.yesican.org/

Infants in Need - Linda Ray Children's Centre:
http://www.iin.org/

The New York City Gay & Lesbian 
Anti-Violence Project (AVP):
Citywide
(212) 807-0197
24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Male and female counselors. English/Spanish. Callback basis.
647 Hudson Street
New York, NY 10014
office: (212) 807-6761 M-F 10am-6pm
fax: (212) 807-1044
email: info@avp.org
Male survivors account for 62% of AVP's sexual 
assault caseload. Of these men, 86% are gay, 
7% are bisexual.

The following are general rape and sexual assault 
hotlines. They may be neither prepared for nor sensitive to male survivors.

Victim Services Agency (VSA):
(212) 577-7777
24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
2 Lafayette Street
New York, NY 10007

Victims Information Bureau of Suffolk (VIBS):
Suffolk County
1 (516) 360-3606
24 hours a day.
On VIBS' sexual assault page, they include a brief paragraph on male sexual assault and cite a statistic (without attribution) that 14% of rape survivors are male.

Orange County Rape Crisis Center (OCRCC):
North Carolina
Orange County
967-7273 or 1-800-616-3696
825-A Estes Dr.
P.O. Box 4722
Chapel Hill, NC 27515-4722
office: (919) 968-4647
fax: (919) 968-4677
email: ocrcc@server.net
In 1993, Margaret Henderson, then director of OCRCC, 
reported that 7% of 147 victims assisted at her agency were men.

Counseling & Mental Health Center (CMHC):
Austin, Texas
University of Texas at Austin
office: (512) 471-3515

National Victim Center:
Other U.S.
The following are general rape and sexual assault hotlines. 
They may be neither prepared for nor sensitive to male survivors.
(703) 276-2880

Dublin Rape Crisis Centre:
Europe
1(800) 778-888 Dublin, Ireland
24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
20% of their callers are men.
0117-907-7100
Hours not given

Men As Survivors
Help Line Cardiff, UK?
Winchester Rape Crisis Services
Winchester, UK?
01962 848027, for male survivors, calls answered by men 
and women, Thursday evenings, 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Lifeline:
Australian Hotlines (24hrs - Australia wide) 
13 11 14

Child Abuse Hotlines for the US:
http://incestabuse.about.com/blcahotlines.htm

Child Abuse Hotlines:
http://www.reportchildabusenow.com/

Mayor's Action Center:
http://www.indygov.org/mac/

Abuse Hotlines at End Abuse.Org:
http://www.available-domain-names.com/hotlines.html

The National Centre for Missing or Exploited Children:
http://www.missingkids.com/

Child Abuse Prevention Services - Reporting Child Abuse:
http://www.kidsafe-caps.org/report.html

Kempe - Leaders in the Fight to End Child Abuse:
http://www.kempecenter.org/Default.asp

ChildAbuse.com - the Prevention of Child Abuse:
http://www.prevent-abuse-now.com/

International Society for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect
http://www.ispcan.org/

The Zero Resources
http://www.vachss.com/help_text/

Open Directory Support Group Listings:
http://dmoz.org/Society/Support_Groups/Sexual_Abuse/

Child Abuse Resources at Questia:
http://www.questia.com/Index.jsp?CRID=child_abuse&OFFID=se1

NCPTSD Resources:
http://www.ncptsd.org/facts/specific/fs_child_sexual_abuse.html

Google Directory - Resources for Societies for Sexual 
Abuse Victims:
http://directory.google.com/Top/Society/Support_Groups/Sexual_Abuse/

Health Canada Child Abuse Resources
http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/hppb/familyviolence/html/nfntsressprevio_e.html

Prevent Child Abuse America
http://www.preventchildabuse.org/

STOP! Sex Offenders!
http://www.stopsexoffenders.com/

Child Abuse Prevention Association
http://www.childabuseprevention.org/

Abuse Help: Clearinghouse Consortium
http://www.casanet.org/library/abuse/abuse-help.htm

HAVOCA: Help for Adult Victims of Child Abuse
http://www.havoca.org/HAVOCA_home.htm

Incest Survivors Adult Children of Dysfunctional Family ACOA
http://www.whitesoftheirlies.com/acoa/

S.I.A. World Offices
http://www.siawso.org/

Gentle Touch's Web:
http://www.gentletouchsweb.com/

Sexual Recovery Web
http://www.recovery-man.com/sexual-recovery.htm

Incest Resources:
http://www.tufffemme.com/Resources/incest.html

Escaping Hades, Survivor Search Engine:
http://www.escapinghades.com/incest.html

National Resources for Incest Survivors
http://www.cvpv.org/survivorlist.html

Sidran's Resources Specialist
http://www.sidran.org/resource.html

Sexual Assault Information Page
http://www.adm.uwaterloo.ca/infoebhr/sassault.html

The Safer Society Foundation Inc.
http://www.safersociety.org/

The Survivors Forum : Chat Rooms : The Castle Garden Login:
Welcome to The Castle Garden Chat Room. With strong stone walls of 
safety around us, we wander into the castle garden where the sunlight
shines upon us, and the blue sky beckons us. 
http://www.eyecatchers.com/survivors/chat.html

Apples for Eyes: Surviving Abuse and Beyond - by Myra Ann Covington
http://www.apples-for-eyes.com/

New South Wales
NSW Rape Crisis Centre (24hrs): 
1 800 424 017

Advocates for Survivors of Child Abuse (ASCA):
02 9840 4098 or 1300 657 380

Dympna House - Child Sexual Assault & Resourse Centre:
1 800 654 119 or 02 9716 5100

Survivors of Incest Anonymous (SIA):
02 9692 0829

Womens Incest Survivors Network (WISN):
02 9560 6627

Northern Territory
Alice Springs Sexual Assault Resource Centre:
08 8951 5880

Royal Darwin Hospital, Casuarina:
08 8922 8888

Ruby Caea House, Darwin Centre Against Rape:
08 8945 0155

Queensland
Brisbane Rape & Crisis Centre (BRICC - 24hrs):
07 3844 4008

Womens House, Highgate Hill (24hrs):
07 3844 4008

Cairns Rape Crisis Centre (24hrs):
07 4031 3590

Sexual Assault Support Service - Sunshine Coast & Gympie Region:
07 5443 4334

National Organization on Male Sexual Victimization
http://www.nomsv.org/

Pat McClendon's Clinical Social Work - 
various resources here
http://www.clinicalsocialwork.com/

Partners And Allies of Sexual Assault Survivors 
Resources List
http://twhj.com/allies.shtml

David Baldwin's Trauma Information Pages
http://www.trauma-pages.com/

Crimes Against Children Research Centre
http://www.unh.edu/ccrc/

Child Welfare
http://www.childwelfare.com/

Child Abuse Resources for Children
http://segnbora.crosswinds.net/topbib.html

Minnesota Centre Against Violence and Abuse
http://www.mincava.umn.edu/

PTSD:
Post traumatic stress disorder symptoms displayed by survivors 
of sibling abuse or sibling incest.
http://campus.houghton.edu/depts/psychology/ptsd/links.htm

Doubting Thomas on xris.com:
This page addresses male survivors of childhood sexual abuse.
http://www.xris.com/survivor/msb/

Geri's Recovery:
ABUSE SURVIVORS RESOURCES Winter's wonderful re-done site and message board with topics ~ domestic violence, child abuse, incest, sexual abuse & assault. 
http://www.geri.net/links-abuse.htm

South Australia
Womens Health Statewide: 
1 800 182 098

Yarrow Place Rape & Sexual Assault Service: 
1 800 817 421

Southern Womens Health Centre: 
08 8384 9555

Tasmania
Sexual Assault Support Service: 
03 6231 1811

Laurel House, Launceston: 
03 6334 2740

Victoria
CASA House Royal Womens Hospital, Carlton: 
03 9344 2210

Domestic Violence & Incest Resourse Centre, 
Carlton: 
03 9387 9155

Geelong Rape Crisis Centre: 
03 5222 4049

Western Australia
Incest Survivors Association: 
08 9227 8745

Princess Margaret Hospital, Subiaco: 
08 9340 8222

Sexual Assault Resource Centre: 
1 800 199 888

Womens Health Care House, Northbridge: 
08 9227 8122

Kids-in-Crisis - National Telephone Hotlines:
USA, Australia, and the UK.
http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Bluffs/5400/helpline.html

Children's Trust Fund of Texas
Works to prevent abuse and neglect of Texas children by 
leading the way in setting policy, offering resources 
for community-based prevention programs, and providing information 
and education on child abuse and neglect. 
http://www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/tslac/50091/tsl-50091.html

Suicide Crisis Help and Advice
http://www.soon.org.uk/problems/suicide.htm

SuicideHotlines - When You Feel You Can't Go On:
http://suicidehotlines.com/

Glendon Association
Provides educational resources, information and 
training to mental health professionals who serve 
individuals at risk for child abuse, suicide and family violence. 
http://www.glendon.org/

SOC-UM Organization (Safeguarding Our 
Children - United Mothers):
http://www.soc-um.org/

Source RE Source Psychotherapy Resources, Cat. 
#9823:
Focal Group Psychotherapy, a book in the on-line catalogue. 
http://www.sourceresource.com/

Adult Survivors of Sexual Abuse:
http://www.psychotherapist.net/adultsurvivors.html

Mona Closet - A Healing Journey:
A healing journey from victim to survivor.
http://www.geocities.com/monas_closet

Survivors UK:
http://www.survivorsuk.co.uk/

Mental Health Matters:
http://www.mental-health-matters.com/abuse.html

Climbing Out Of The Spiral:
http://hometown.aol.com/sue121/spywel.html

USA
Just For Kids Hotline:
1 888 594 KIDS

Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline/Voices for Children:
1 800 4 A CHILD or 1 800 422 4453 
TDD: 1-800-2A-CHILD (24 hrs)

Child Abuse Hotline/Dept of Social Services:
1 800 342 3720

National Child Abuse Hotline:
1 800 792 5200

National Youth Crisis Hotline:
800 442 HOPE or 442-4673 (24 hrs)

Suicide Prevention Hotline:
1 800 827 7571

Spanish domestic abuse hotline:
1 800 942 6908

Belgium
The Children and Youth Telephone:
078 15 14 13
Elke dag tussen 16 en 20 uur behalve op zon-en 
feestdagen Kinder en Jongerentelefoon. Protection 
de l'enfant Kinderbescherming Kinderschultz

Numeros de Telephone importants!
(Francais): 
0800-14400

Belangrijke Telefoonnummers!
(Dutch Nederlands): 
078 15 14 13

Wichtige Telefonnummern (Deutsch): 
087 74 49 59

Britain (UK)
Childlines Hotline: 
0800 1111

NSPCC Child Protection Hotline:
0800 800 500

Youth 2 Youth:
0181 896 3675

Canada
Kids Help Phone Jeunesse, J'ecoute:
1 800 668 6868 (24hrs Toll Free anywhere in Canada)

Danmark (Denmark)
Foreningen Stttecenter mod incest i Danmark:
33110708 & 33330708 man - tor 15-21

Ung P-E5 Linie:
31386666 man - fre kl.14-22, lr kl.14-17

Brnetelefonen:
35555555 kl.12-19

Dgnkontakten:
35373623

Ireland
Ireland Child Help Line by ISPCC:
1 800 666 666

Garda (Police) Confidential Line:
1 800 666 111 (24hrs - Toll Free)

Israel
ELEM:
Hotline for youth under stress or in danger Tel Aviv 
(03) 641 4508 or (03) 641 8792

ELI:
Society protecting the kids 
177-022-3966 (Toll Free)

Meital:
The Israeli help center for sexually abused
kids. 
Yerushalayim (02) 563 0428 or Tel Aviv (03) 525 3206

Makom Acher:
A safe house for kids who need it. 
Tel Aviv (03) 517 6135 or (03) 517 6246

ERAN:
Psychological first aid Dial 1201 anywhere in Israel.
Sexual abuse and Rape Hotline Dial 1202 anywhere 
in Israel.

Youth Help Line (Milev center):
02 654 1111 or toll free or 1 800 654 111

KAV CHERUM/Emergency Hotline
Alimut Bamishpacha vi Yiladim Basikun/Family Violence 
and Kids in Danger.
1 800 22 0000

Italy
Telefono Azzurro
1.96.96 numero gratuito riservato ai bambini
Telefono AzzurroRosa. 
030/226363 - 2420845

Netherlands
Hotline for Kids in Trouble:
(+31) 06-0432 (14:00-20:00 hrs everyday)

New Zealand
No Bully:
For Kids being bullied. 
0800-NO-BULLY/0800-66-28-55

Youth Line:
13 Maidstone St 
Grey Lynn, Auckland 
09 3766 645

20 Putney Way 
Manukau City, Auckland
00 2639 400

Rape Crisis Auckland:
P.O. Box 105-241 
Auckland Central 
09 3667 213

Auckland Sexual Abuse Help
2 Conway Road, Mt. Eden 
09 6231 700

Victim Support
08 0084 2846

Youth Suicide Awareness Trust
Po Box 3369 
Auckland 
Toll Free 0508 CHOOSE LIFE

SPINZ YOUTHLINE:
Suicide Prevention for crisis support phone 
0800 376 633

American Professional Society on 
the Abuse of Children:
407 S. Dearborn Avenue, #1300
Chicago, IL 60605-1118
Phone: (312) 554-0166
Fax: (312) 554-0919
http://www.apsac.org/

Domestic Violence and Incest 
Resource Centre:
292 Wellington Street, Collingwood 3066
Victoria, Australia
Phone: (03) 9486-9866 9am - 5pm Mon-Fri.
TTY (Hearing Impaired): 9417-2155
E-mail: dvirc@vicnet.net.au
http://home.vicnet.net.au/~dvirc/
Information and referral to local services for domestic violence victims, the children of domestic violence victims, and victims of intrafamiliar sexual abuse, throughout Australia.

Child Lures
A child abuse prevention program which offers personal safety 
strategies and resources for parents, educators, and children. 
http://www.childlures.org/

I Have Survived
A personal story of surviving and healing from child 
sexual abuse, with information on coping with flashbacks, going to 
the dentist, suicidal and crisis times plus links to on line resources. 
http://www.geocities.com/Wellesley/1520/surv.html

Hope for Healing
http://www.hopeforhealing.org/incesthelp.html

Coalition for Children
Comprehensive resource for child abuse, lifeskills education, 
advocacy, media support, legal & expert witness services, 
research, strangers, safety on the internet and bullies. 
http://www.safechild.org/

Hands of Hope Resource Centre
Providing services for survivors and family members of sexual 
assault, battering, and child abuse. 
http://www.handsofhope.net/

Red Flag Green Flag Resources
Sexual abuse and domestic violence prevention materials for 
children and adults. 
http://www.redflaggreenflag.com/

Best Interest
News and resources for professionals and volunteers who 
advocate in the best interests of abused and neglected 
children. 
http://www.childadvocacy.com/

Take Back the Night
Annual event focusing attention on the sexual abuse of 
women and children. October 28, 1999. Site also includes 
resources for survivors of rape and domestic violence. 
http://www.iglou.com/tbtn/

Stephanie's Community
Personal information and support page for survivors of 
childhood abuse. Resources and support includes DID/MPD, 
12-recovery, SRA/RA, and self-injury. 
http://www.geocities.com/hotsprings/3885

Survivor Poetry
Poetry links, parenting resources, children's sites, 
abuse/survivor's pages, and much more. 
http://www.geocities.com/HotSprings/Oasis/4621/

Survivors - Road2Healing
http://www.road2healing.com/index.html

Butterflies, Thoughts on Being An Incest Survivor
http://www.drwnet.com/bfly/bflysurv.htm

GhostWolf - Out of the Abyss
http://www.nemasys.com/ghostwolf/index.shtml

Incest & Sexual Abuse: Midnight Secrets
http://www.geocities.com/Wellesley/8819/

Survivor Connections
http://www.angelfire.com/ri/survivorconnections/

#Survivors On the Net
A Self-help, support and information group for adult 
survivors of childhood abuse, their partners friends and family
http://www.survivors.org.uk/

Warriors of the Heart
Check a site for male survivors of incest and sexual abuse. 
Includes personal experiences and stories, and links to other 
pages with this theme.
http://www.warrioroftheheart.info/

Dark Children
Read the personal story of a survivor of childhood sexual 
abuse and incest.  Find links to more first-person accounts 
and support groups.
http://www.rikconklin.com/dark_children/index.html

Gary p - Survivor
A survivor of childhood rape, incest, prostitution, 
ritual abuse and mind control recounts his story.
http://members.tripod.com/garyp99/index.html

National Domestic Violence Hotline:
Family Violence, Domestic Violence, Violence, Abuse, Awareness, 
Relationships, Family.
http://www.ndvh.org/

Kids in Trouble Help Page:
Site dedicated to helping kids and teens that are being abused, 
or runaways, or those thinking about running away, or suicide,
or kids who are just depressed.  Page includes Emergency phone 
numbers.
http://www.geocities.com/EnchantedForest/2910/

Neglect
Child neglect, which is 54% of all substantiated cases of child abuse, 
is the most common form of child maltreatment reported to child 
protective services. 
http://www.preventchildabuse.com/neglect.htm

Child Abuse: Statistics, Research, and Resources
Child Abuse: This page, by Jim Hopper, Ph.D., has a discussion and 
presentations of statistics on child abuse, especially child sexual 
abuse, and a list of Web resources for survivors of abuse.
http://www.jimhopper.com/abstats

Encouragement for Childhood Abuse Survivors:
Encouragement Is...
To give courage, hope and support mixed with grace and love. 
To foster with care and comfort. 
http://members.fortunecity.com/julieann3/childhoodsexualabusesurvivors/
childhoodsexualabusesurvivors/

Some Other Abuse Links:
http://www.mjbovo.com/AbuseLinks.htm

Raelin's Recovery Page. . .other Recover Pages:
http://www.geocities.com/raelinf/

Nerd Wide Web SEXUAL ABUSE Resources:
Sexual Abuse Recovery (Canada) Online support to victims and 
survivors of the trauma of sexual abuse, sexual assault, incest, 
and child abuse.
http://www.nerdworld.com/nw1331o1o0.html

Treatment Center for Incest and Abuse:
Educational institutions and a variety of programs to provide 
consultation with and supervision of therapists who work with 
incest and child abuse survivors. 
http://www.karenhorneycenter.org/treatment/trecent.htm

Recovery Poetry Spa:
http://www.geocities.com/HotSprings/Spa/1416/

Parents United Chapter of Orange County, California:
We extend the hand of friendship to those who share the pain 
of incest. Parents United is a non-profit organization with chapters 
throughout the United States and also in Canada, Mexico and Guam. 
Parents United is dedicated to breaking the family cycle of child 
sexual abuse, which can be multi-generational.. Parents United offers
safe group therapy for each family member, led by professionally 
trained therapists.
http://members.tripod.com/~Parents_United/

SurvivorsAcrossAmerica.com:
Welcome to the Survivors Across America web site. It was created 
for survivors of sexual abuse, domestic violence, and rape. http://www.survivorsacrossamerica.com/

Sexual Assault & Other Abuse Help:
http://www.ericas-designs.com/rapehelp/

Victim-Assistance Online:
Is an information, research and networking resource for victim assistance specialists, professionals in related disciplines and all interested in the 
field of victimology. 
http://www.vaonline.org/

National Organization for Victim's Assistance:
Founded in 1975, NOVA is the oldest national group of its kind in the 
worldwide victims’ movement. NOVA’s mission is to promote rights and services for victims of crime and crisis everywhere.
http://www.try-nova.org/

Family Violence & Sexual Assault Institute:
Texas Office:
7120 Herman Jared Dr.
Fort Worth, TX 76180
Phone - (817) 485-2244
Fax - (817) 485-0660
E-mail : dwforkids@earthlink.net

California Office:
6160 Cornerstone Court East
San Diego, CA 92121
Phone - (858) 623-2777 ext.406
Fax - (858) 646-0761
E-mail: fvsai@mail.cspp.edu
URL:http://www.fvsai.org/

The Linkup:
1412 W. Argyle #2
Chicago, IL 60640
Phone: (773) 334-2296
E-mail: ILINKUP@aol.com
URL: http://www.thelinkup.org/
Information for survivors of abuse by clergy.

Massachusetts Hotlines:
Massachusetts Statewide Child 
Abuse/Neglect Reporting Line at DSS
1-800-KIDS-508

Child-At-Risk Hotline:
For reporting suspected child abuse or neglect 
in Massachusetts during business hours.
Judge Baker Children's Center (after hours) at
1-800-792-5200.

Help Stop Child Abuse Handbook - Ministry of Public 
Safety and Solicit
This handbook is designed to provide help resources.
http://www.mcf.gov.bc.ca/child_protection/child_abuse_handbook/part5.htm
handbook/part5.htm

Sapphire Child's Homepage
Hi, welcome to my website, my name is Michelle.  On this page you 
will find links to my other pages.  I have pages about various topics 
but my most important page is the one with all the links.
http://members.tripod.com/~SapphireChild/index.htm

The Children's Assessment Centre
http://www.cachouston.org/donation/events.html

Thunder on the Lot - Help stop child abuse:
With the help of local businesses and the community, our goal is to 
fight child abuse in the Antelope Valley.
http://www.thunderonthelot.com/

Linda Kocieniewski, C.S.W. - Home
Counseling and Coaching Services offered by Psychotherapist 
and Personal Coach to help you reach your highest goals 
and become your best self.
http://www.lindakocieniewski.com/

Living, Learning & Growing:
Learning & Growing Christian Counseling Marriage & Family 
Issues Couples Premarital Counseling Grief Abuse & Incest Survivors 
Depression Personal Adjustment Issues Relationships.
http://www.refugefreeport.com/

InfoLink
http://www.medina.lib.oh.us/

Parental Stress Line
A 24-hour hotline in Massachusetts
1-800-632-8188
When the stress of parenting becomes too much, turn 
to the Parental Stress Line for support and guidance. A 
24-hour hotline, the Parental Stress Line is staffed by 
trained volunteer telephone counselors who care and are concerned about the preservation of families.

State Toll Free Hotlines for Child 
Abuse Prevention:
http://www.athealth.com/Consumer/issues/hotlines.html
hotlines.html

Straight Talk Hotline (for suicidal feelings): 
1-800-725-8255

Nationwide Crisis Hotline
1-800-333-444

Here's a couple of links to some Hotlines I've found: THANKS JIM!

http://www.advicehq.co.uk/Helplines.htm

http://becominggold.inc5.com/

http://stopsexualabuse.com/

http://www.whitesoftheirlies.com/

http://www.safehaven-uk.org/

http://incestabuse.about.com/msub09.htm

http://www.angelfire.com/ny/csasecondaryvictims/

http://www.geocities.com/Wellesley/8819/

Parents Helping Parents (PHP):
1-800-882-1250
A self-help program for parents who want to improve their relationships with their children. PHP relies on specially trained volunteers from professional health and human services to help guide discussions, suggest referrals to other services, and provide assistance when needed.

Girls and Boys Town National Hotline:
1-800-448-3000 (24 hours a day)
Callers talk to highly-trained, professional counselors who listen and give "right now" answers. They're sympathetic people who have expertise dealing with these and other problems: depression; suicide; running away; parenting problems; relationship concerns; physical, sexual, and emotional abuse; chemical dependency; mental health; anger; aggressive behavior.

The Parent Line (United Way of Massachusetts Bay):
1-617-421-1789
The Parent Line offers parents and other caregivers quick, up-to-date parenting information on everything from nutrition to discipline and pregnancy. After hearing a pre-recorded message, callers can choose to speak directly with one of our trained, volunteer specialists. Parent Line messages are available in both English and Spanish.

Circle of Prevention:
The Circle of Prevention is a network of government and 
community representatives in Atlantic Canada dedicated to ending 
family violence and woman abuse.
http://www.echo-chn.net/circle/

Prevent Child Abuse America
Prevent Child Abuse America Valuing children, strengthening 
families, engaging communities. To prevent the abuse and 
neglect of our nation's children. One Percent to Prevent 
Campaign WORTH Magazine. 
http://www.preventchildabuse.org/

USUHS Radiology Child Abuse WEBSITE:
The Child Abuse Referral and Education Network (CARE) 
of the School of Medicine of the Uniformed Services University.
http://rad.usuhs.mil/rad/home/peds/pedindex.html

Child Find Canada:
Sex Offender Fingerprint-Based Criminal Background Checks, by 
Child Find Canada.
http://www.childfind.ca/cfcinfo.hte

Linkup's Links for Abuse Survivors:
Some of the following links are not working.
http://www.thelinkup.org/

First Call for Help (United Way of Massachusetts 
Bay):
1-800-231-4377
First Call For Help provides information and resources to any caller who needs help but does not know where to turn. Using a database of over 3,000 up-to-date services, trained volunteer telephone counselors can locate resources for you and advocate with other agencies on your behalf. Information is available on support groups, employment, housing, fuel assistance, and many other basic family needs.

Child Abuse National Hotline:
1-800-252-2873
1-800-25ABUSE

National Youth Crisis Hotline:
National Youth Development
1-800-HIT-HOME 
(1-800-448-4663)

National Runaway Switchboard:
This hot-line is a referal service for youths in personal 
crisis.
1-800-621-4000

State-by-State Listings:
Alabama Dept. of Human Resources
334 242-9500

Alaska 24-hr Hotline
800 478-4444

Arizona Phoenix Hotline
800 541-5781

Arkansas Dept. of Human Services
800 482-5964

California Dept. of Social Services Office 
of Child Protective Services
916 445-2771

Colorado Denver County 24 hr. Hotline
303 727-3000

Connecticut Reporting 24 hrs
800 842-2599

Delaware Reporting 24 hrs In-State
800 292-9582

District of Columbia Report child abuse
Report child neglect
202 576-6762
202 727-0995

Florida Abuse Registry
800 962-2873

Georgia Dept. of Human Resources 
Child Protective & Placement Services Unit
404 657-3408

Hawaii Dept. of Human Services 24hr hotline
808 832-5300

Idaho For information and referral to regional office
208 334-0808

Illinois In-State Parents under stress & 
Reporting 24 hrs
800 252-2873

Indiana Reporting
800 562-2407

Iowa In-state hotline
800 362-2178

Kansas Reporting 24 hr hotline
800 922-5330

Kentucky Local Dept. for Social Services 
or statewide hotline
800 752-6200

Louisiana 24 hr hotline
504 925-4571

Maine Reporting 24 hrs:
800 452-1999

Massachusetts 24 hr hotline
800 792-5200

Michigan 24 hr. hotline
800 942-4357

Mississippi 24 hr hotline
800 222-8000

Missouri Reporting
800 392-3738

Montana 24 hr. hotline
800 332-6100

Nebraska Reporting 24 hrs
800 471-5128

Nevada 24 hr. hotline
800 992-5757

New York Reporting 24 hrs
800 342-3720

New Mexico 24 hr. hotline
800 432-2075

New Jersey 24 hr. hotline
800 792-8610

New Hampshire In-state hotline
800 894-5533

North Dakota Reporting: County Social 
Services or
701 328-4806

North Carolina 24 hr. hotline
800 662-7030

Ohio Dept. of Human Services Child 
Protective
614 466-0995

Oklahoma 24 hr. hotline
800 522-3511

Oregon Dept. of Human Resources 
Childrens' Services Division
503 945-5651

Pennsylvania 24 hr. hotline in-state
800 932-0313

Puerto Rico 24 hr. hotline
800 981-8333

Rhode Island 24 hr. hotline
800 742-4453

South Carolina Dept. of Social Services 
Division of Child Protective and Preventive Services
803 734-5670

South Dakota Child Protective Services
605 773-3227

Tennessee Dept. of Human Services Child 
Protective Services
615 313-4746

Texas 24 hr. hotline
800 252-5400

Utah 24 hr. hotline
800 678-9399

Vermont Dept. of Social & Rehabilitation 
Services
802 241-2131

Virginia 24 hr. in state hotline
800 552-7096

Washington 24 hr. hotline
800 562-5624

West Virginia 24 hr. hotline
800 352-6513

Wisconsin Dept. of Health and Social Services
608 266-3036

Wyoming In-State Reporting
307 777-7922

National Committee to Prevent Child Abuse
1-800-CHILDREN

National Domestic Violence Hotline:
1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
1-800-787-3224 (TDD for the hearing impaired)

Child Abuse National Hotline, call 
1-800-252-2873, 
1-800-25ABUSE

CyberTipline for reporting the exploitation of children, call 1-800-843-5678.

If you know of a child in immediate risk or danger, call 1-800-THE-LOST.

* PRS Hotlines:
http://www.tdprs.state.tx.us/Hotlines/
Some are toll-free and some are Texas only.

Save our Children - Stop Child Abuse:
Child abuse survivor Paul M. McLaughlin shares his personal 
story as well as an overview of the charity which he runs.
http://www.efn.org/~scan

Bellflower Center for Prevention of Child Abuse:
Mission to prevent child abuse and neglect through education, 
treatment, and support to families and individuals. Provides overview 
and contact details.
http://community.cleveland.com/cc/bellflowercenter

Danbury Regional Commission on Child Care, 
Rights and Abuse, Inc.:
Services include intervention, education and support. serves the towns 
of Bethel, Bridgewater, Brookfield, Danbury, Kent, New Fairfield, New 
Milford, Newtown, Redding, Ridgefield, Roxbury, Sherman, Wa.
http://www.danbury.org/commission/index.htm

Nat'l Academy Press, Understanding Child Abuse 
and Neglect (1993), Table of Contents:
Understanding Child Abuse and Neglect (1993) Commission on
Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education (more titles from 
CBSSE) Related Books Openbook Linked Table of Contents FRONT 
MATTER, pp. i-vii.
http://www.nap.edu/books/0309048893/html

National Council On Child Abuse & Family Violence:
Welcome to the website of the National Council on Child Abuse
and Family Violence (NCCAFV) and its American Campaign for 
Prevention of Child Abuse and Family Violence Updated 
January 11, 2002. 
http://nccafv.org/

Welcome to Child Abuse Prevention Services:
CAPS is a not for profit, volunteer organization founded in 
1982 to respond to child abuse and neglect. The Child Safety 
Institute provides comprehensive child safety and protection 
programs.
http://www.kidsafe-caps.org/

Exchange Club-Carl Perkins Center Home Page:
http://www.perkinscenter.tn.org/

Child Abuse Prevention Foundation:
Preventing Child Abuse . . . Serving America Parent 
Aide Network WHAT'S NEW: Focus on Children is now online! 
Monthly Statistical Report Shop for child abuse prevention supplies 
online.
http://www.preventchildabuse.com/

Prevent Child Abuse Illinois:
Remember Line 28B on your Illinois State Tax Form. 
Prevent Child Abuse Illinois launches the annual Child 
Abuse Prevention Fund (Tax Check-Off) Campaign. 
http://www.childabuse-il.org/

Child Abuse in Cults, Sects:
FactNet info on Child Abuse in Cults, Sects. Brainwashing, 
Mind Control Techniques. Totalitarianism.
http://www.factnet.org/Children.html

Prevent Child Abuse NJ - help prevent 
child abuse - serving NJ:
http://www.kcnc.org/stories/storyReader$646

Kern Child Abuse Prevention Council:
Telephone (661) 327-4711 Fax (661) 327-7895 Address 
730 Chester Ave. Bakersfield, CA 93301 "Time is a companion 
that goes with us on a journey. It reminds us to cherish 
each moment."
http://www.bakersfield.org/ydc/secondary/kern-child.html

National Center on Child Abuse:
National resource for professionals seeking information 
on the prevention, identification, and treatment of child abuse.
http://www.acf.dhhs.gov/programs/cb

Orange County Child Abuse Prevention Center:
http://www.occhildcarecouncil.org/whats_new.html

CANDIS: Child Abuse and Neglect Database 
Instrument System Zip-File Page:
http://www.musc.edu/cvc/candis.htm

Australians Against Child Abuse:
http://www.aaca.com.au/

Child Abuse Council of Santa Clara County:
To actively develop, support, and coordinate community 
efforts to prevent child abuse and heal its effects.
http://www.cacscc.org/

Prevent Child Abuse:
Non-profit organization in Bozeman, Montana encourages 
family development through awareness and support. 
Find out how to help.
http://www.preventchildabusebozeman.org/

NNCC Child Care Database:
The National Network for Child Care (NNCC) Abuse database 
contains full-text publications and links to related sites. 
The NNCC Website is sponsored by the Cooperative 
Extension System and USDA/CSREES.
http://twosocks.ces.ncsu.edu/cyfdb/browse_2.php?search=NNCC

Child Abuse and child protection Family Law Reform:
Child abuse law reform, children and family rights - expose abuse 
of power, protect loved ones, reform our child protection system.
http://www.childprotectionreform.org/

Emotional Abuse - Child Abuse:
Study the behavior seen in a child and the child's parents that may 
suggest emotional abuse is occurring. Provided by the Coalition 
for Children.
http://www.safechild.org/childabuse3.htm

Resources for Sexual, Physical, Mental and Verbal Abuse:
http://open-mind.org/Abuse.htm

MSN Communities that are for Abuse Survivors:
http://communities.msn.com/browse.msnw?catid=97

Autumn Tears - Resources and Info for Abuse Survivors:
http://www.twoheartsonesoul.com/survivor.htm

Men Can Stop Rape
http://www.mencanstoprape.org/

Lynn(s)' Page:
Welcome! We set up this page to show our artwork to people we know. 
But now thanks to a whole lot of support from those people and others, 
we have decided to expand and make it available to anyone who wants 
to see it. First you should know "we" refers to one body. We have D.I.D. or Dissociative Identity Disorder. It used to be called Multiple Personality
Disorder. For more information about us and this "disorder", including links 
to sites which provide more in-depth information, please read the artist's statement.
http://www.raincity.com/nemal/

Alex's Recovery:
http://www.geocities.com/HotSprings/3378/

Light Circle:
http://www.geocities.com/Wellesley/4693/index1.html

Kirsti's Survivors Page:
http://www.geocities.com/Wellesley/1520/surv.html

Sanctuary:
http://www.geocities.com/Wellesley/2976/sanctuaries.html

Rape Recovery Help And Information Page:
http://www.geocities.com/HotSprings/2402/

Survivors and Friends:
Offering support, encouragement, information, and a voice to 
Survivors of sexual abuse, their friends and loved ones.
http://www.survivors-and-friends.org/

THE COURAGE OF A WOMAN:
http://biz.arkansas.net/lordandedw/

Illinois Department of Children and Family Services:
http://www.state.il.us/dcfs/INPRO.HTM

Rape Survival:
http://womenshealth.about.com/library/weekly/aa062999.htm

Survivors Healing Home Page:
Welcome to our Home Page! My name is Diane Auld. I say our 
home page because it belongs to all survivors of sexual abuse. I see 
this page as being a place to come to for information that will help you 
in your healing. A place to share stories, experiences, triumphs 
and challenges.
http://www.geocities.com/HotSprings/1035/

Shattered Selves:
The purpose of this page is to dispel certain preconceived notions 
non-multiples have concerning multiplicity. 
http://www.geocities.com/HotSprings/8089/

Help Stop the Abuse:
Kayla's Story 
http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Grove/1469/angels.html

NO:
This powerful poem was written anonymously by a lover of a survivor.
http://iul.com/anon/no.htm

SELF-Therapy: For People Who ENJOY Learning About Themselves:
This page includes articles on various psych related topics (depression, relationships, fear, anger, etc.) as well as "Relationship Analysis" 
(a way for surfers to analyze the strengths and weaknesses of their 
own loving relationship in complete confidentiality).
http://www.helpyourselftherapy.com/

Knowledge Exchange Network (KEN), Center for 
Mental Health Services:
http://www.mentalhealth.org/

Paul Mclaughlin:
http://www.efn.org/~scan/home.html

The Ottawa Recovered Memory Task Group:
http://www.carleton.ca/~whovdest/ormp.html

Publicizing Child Molester's Prison Release
http://www.markwelch.com/molestpr.htm

Open Letters Regarding "False Memory Syndrome"
http://www.sover.net/~schwcof/popelet.html

Friends of Battered Women and 
Their Children, call 
1-800-603-HELP

KID SAVE
Referrals to shelters, mental health services, 
sexual abuse treatment, substance abuse, family 
counseling, residential care, adoption/foster care, etc. 1-800-543-7283

KIDS PEACE
Parent and relative, concerned adults can call about 
mental health related problems--children and adolescents 
in crisis will be connected with asocial worker for 
immediate help. 
Call 1-800-543-7283

NAMI Helpline National Alliance for the 
Mentally Ill, call 
1-800-950-NAMI

National Youth Crisis Hotline
1-800-448-4663

National Child Abuse Hotline
1-800-25-ABUSE

National Mental Health Assn
Provides free information on specific disorders, referral directory to mental health providers, national directory 
of local mental health associations, and a Stigma Watch. 1-800-969-6642 (M-F, 9-5 EST)

Institute of Mental Health Information Line
Provides information and literature on mental illness 
by disorder for professionals and general public. 
1-800-647-2642

National Runaway Switchboard
Lists of shelters, counseling; food pantries; 
transportation. Suicide & crisis counseling. Message 
relay from kids to parents or from parents to kids, 
3-way calls arranged. 
1-800-621-4000

SAFE (Self-Abuse Finally Ends)
1-800-DONT-CUT 
1-800-366-8288

Youth Crisis Hotline
Crisis hotline and information & referral for runaways 
or youth in crisis. 
1-800-HIT-HOME 
1-800-448-4663

Covenant House Nineline:
1-(800) 999-9999
Call if you are thinking of running away or if you 
have run away and would like to send a message 
to your parents.

Incest Survivors Anonymous:
PO Box 17245
Long Beach, California 90807-7245
(562) 428-5599
National office provides phone numbers of nearest 
group.

National Center for Missing & Exploited 
Children:
2101 Wilson Blvd, Ste 550
Arlington, VA 22201-3052
(800) 843-5678
(703) 235-3900

National Clearinghouse on Child Abuse & 
Neglect:
PO Box 1182
Washington, DC 20013-1182
(800) FYI-3366
nccanch@calib.com

National Committee to Prevent Child Abuse:
332 South Michigan Avenue #950
Chicago, IL 60604
(312) 663-3520
(800) 55-NCPCA (for informaton on specific abuse topics)
http://www.childabuse.org/

Runaway Hotline:
(800) 621-4000
Toll-Free Telephone Numbers

Bureau of Indian Affair's Indian Country 
Child Abuse Hotline
1-800-633-5155

Incest Information Line:
1-415-566-6226

Child abuse and Foster care:
http://webpages.charter.net/emilb/firstcontact.html

Against Child Abuse:
http://www.aca.org.hk/

McLean Researchers Document Brain Damage 
Linked to Child Abuse and Neglect
Press Release, McLean Hospital, Belmont, McLean Researchers 
Document Brain Damage Linked to Child Abuse and Neglect 
December 14, 2000 -- Belmont, MA -- McLean.  Hospital 
researchers have identified four types of brain abnormalities 
linked to child abuse.
http://www.mcleanhospital.org/PublicAffairs/20001214_child_abuse.htm

The Communicator:
The Communicator A Personal Web Site Hosted by D.W. Moore Let's 
Get Personal Communications and Childhood Sexual Abuse Web 
Projects My Callings My E-Wallet/E-Gallery Words brought the 
cosmos. 
http://www.txdirect.net/users/dmoore

Child Abuse Prevention Network:
If you are a child abuse prevention professional, you are in the right place. 
Our goal is to use the World Wide Web to give you the fullest possible 
support in your work.
http://child-abuse.com/

About Prevent Child Abuse Virginia:
PREVENT CHILD ABUSE VIRGINIA valuing children | strengthening 
families | engaging communities Mission "To prevent the abuse and 
neglect of our Commonwealth's children." 
http://www.preventchildabuseva.org/

Child Abuse Quilts - Revealing and Healing the 
Pain of Child Abuse:
About These Quilts - These quilts were made by subscribers to the 
QuiltArt mailing list and other on-line quilters, from April to 
October 1998.
http://members.tripod.com/mbgoodman/caq/caq1.html

Prevent Child Abuse Connecticut:
PCA CT: Fostering healthy family relationships A program of 
Wheeler Clinic Prevent Child Abuse Connecticut (PCA CT) is 
a statewide nonprofit program dedicated to the prevention of 
all forms of child abuse.
http://www.wheelerclinic.org/children/prevent_childabuse_children.php

MEDLINEplus: Child Abuse:
http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/childabuse.html

The Child Abuse Prevention Council of Montgomery 
County, Inc:
Prevention Child Abuse Sexual Assault Beating Death Child
101 Ways to Praise Your Child! Wow - Way to Go - 
You're Special - Outstanding - Excellent - Great - Good - 
Neat - Well Done - Remarkable - I Knew you could do it - 
I'm proud of you - Fantastic - Super
http://www.child-abuse.org/

CAPTÏV Home Page (A book on child abuse, incest, 
self-injury, healing):
CAPTÏV How to Order - S. Marie Professional Acclaim About 
CAPTÏV Purpose Poetry About the Art Resources Poetry 
by S. Marie CAPTÏV (kap teev'): A collection of poems woven 
together to tell the story.
http://www.captivpoetry.com/

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Giarretto Institute, Child Abuse Prevention:
Child Abuse Prevention Councils are a vital component in the 
fight against child abuse in California. Giarretto Institute is 
pleased to provide support services to councils in the form of 
training.
http://www.giarretto.org/abuse.html

Trauma and Loss Resources - Moving Forward Online:
http://www.movingforward.org/

Victims of Child Abuse Laws, (V.O.C.A.L) 
New York, Inc.: 
http://www.geocities.com/vocalmt/

Child Sexual Abuse:
Christian Survivors Ministries
http://www.geocities.com/foreverlovek/Childsexualabuse.index.html

Bikers Against Child Abuse International Inc:
http://www.bacausa.com/

Family Violence Prevention Fund/Health Resource Center
1-800-313-1310
The Family Violence and Prevention Fund (FUND) is a 
national, non-profit organization that focuses on domestic violence education, prevention, and public policy reform. 
The overriding mission of the FUND is to stem the epidemic 
of domestic violence in our homes. Throughout its history, 
the FUND has developed pioneering prevention strategies 
in the justice, public education, and public health fields. 
The FUND's publications and model programs have been distributed to every state and several foreign countries. 
The FUND's "There's No Excuse for Domestic Violence" 
campaign is the first national public education effort on 
this subject.

Bureau of Justice Clearinghouse
1-800-732-3277
Answers statistical questions and distributes the 
Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics 
reports to persons seeking crime and criminal justice data. 
The clearinghouse also offers statistical information 
packages, referrals, and other related products and 
services.

Juvenile Justice Clearinghouse
1-800-638-8736
Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention 
(OJJDP) is an agency of the U.S. Department of Justice 
which provides national leadership, coordination and 
resources to prevent and treat juvenile delinquency. The Juvenile Justice Clearinghouse produces and disseminates OJJDP publications and prepares customized responses to information requests.

National Center for Victims of Crime
1-800-FYI-CALL (1-800-394-2255)
The National Center for Victims of Crime is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1985 in honor of Sunny Von Bulow. 
The Center is dedicated to reducing the consequences of 
crime on victims and society by promoting victims' rights 
and victim assistance, and enhancing the dignity and 
value of human life by eliminating America's acceptance of violence. The many programs of the National Victim Center include: training and technical assistance to strengthen the abilities of victim advocates and criminal justice officials to assist and support crime victims; a legislative database containing over 27,000 statutes relevant to violence, victimization and criminal justice issues which support the public policy program efforts to establish, expand and 
protect victims' fights through legislation and policy development; a library with the nation's most comprehensive collection addressing crime and victimization issues; 
Infolink (I-800-FYI-CALL), a comprehensive source of crime victimization information and referrals to local victim assistance programs; and the Cartington Victims' Litigation Project offering a centralized source of civil cases brought by victims of crime, as well as attorney referrals operating 
in this field.

National Children's Alliance:
1-800-239-9950

National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Info
1-800-729-6686
TTD Hotline - 1-800-487-4889
Hearing Impaired - 1-800-735-2258

National Clearinghouse on Child Abuse and 
Neglect
1-800-394-3366
Is a national resource for professionals and concerned 
citizens seeking information on the prevention, 
identification, and treatment of child abuse and neglect. 
CANet the Child Abuse and Neglect Network is an electronic service operated by NCCAN offering information on new child abuse and neglect resources and recent events, searchable database records, downloadable publication files, a 
conference calendar, and opportunities for professionals to exchange information with colleagues working in the field.

National Criminal Justice Reference Service
1-800-851-3420
Is a collection of clearinghouse supporting all bureaus of the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs; National Institute of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Bureau of justice Statistics, Bureau 
of Justice Assistance, and the Office for Victims of Crime. NCJRS also supports the Office of National Drug Control 
Policy.

National Domestic Violence Hotline
1-800-799-7233
TTY - 1-800-797-3224
The National Domestic Violence Hotline answers about 
10,000 calls each month from those experiencing domestic violence, as well as their family and friends. We provide 
callers with crisis intervention, information about domestic violence and referrals to local programs 24 hours a day, 
7 days a week in many languages.

National Sexual Violence Resource Center
(NSVRC) 1- 877-739-3895
http://www.nsvrc.org/
The National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) 
works to strengthen the support system serving sexual 
assault survivors by enhancing the capacity of sexual 
assault providers at the national, state, and community 
levels; providing information and technical assistance to support effective interventions in preventing sexual 
violence; and identifying emerging policy issues and 
research needs to support the development of policy issue 
and practice specific to the intervention and prevention of sexual violence.

National Organization for Victim Assistance
1-800-TRY-NOVA (1-800-879-6682)
Founded in 1975, the National Organization for Victim Assistance (NOVA) is the oldest of the many broad-based 
victim rights groups now found worldwide, A nonprofit, membership organization, NOVA is guided by four purposes: 
to be of service to its members; to be an advocate for 
victim rights and services in Federal, state, and local legislatures and executive agencies; to be a training and educational resource to victim assistance and allied professionals (including police, prosecutors, clergy 
members, and health and mental health professionals); 
and to be of direct service to victims who call the NOVA 
offices or who have suffered in a large-scale disaster to 
which a NOVA "Crisis Response Team" (composed of trained volunteers) has been invited to help in the emotional 
recovery. NOVA publishes a Newsletter and holds two annual events: the National Forum on Victims' Rights held during NCVRW in Washington, DC, and the North American Victim Assistance Conference held in August.

National Resource Center on Domestic Violence
1-800-537-2238
TTY Hotline - 1-800-553-2508
The National Resource Center on Domestic Violence (NRC) provides comprehensive information, resources, policy development and technical assistance designed to enhance community response to and prevention of domestic violence. The NRC works closely with three Special Issue Resource 
Centers to Coordinate information and resource development and technical assistance. The NRC and the following Special Issue Resource Centers work together as the Domestic 
Violence Resource Network:

Battered Women's Justice Project
1-800-903-0111
Minneapolis, MN - Provides training, technical assistance and other resources addressing criminal and civil justice system responses to domestic violence and issues related to bauered women's self-defense.

Health Resource Center on Domestic Violence:
1-800-313-1310
San Francisco, CA - Provides specialized information 
packets designed to strengthen the health care system's response to domestic violence, as well as technical 
assistance and library services to support health 
care-based domestic violence training and program development.

Resource Center on Child Protection 
and Custody
1-800-527-3223
Reno, NV - Provides resource materials, consultation, 
technical assistance and legal research related to child protection and custody in the context of domestic violence 
to professionals and practitioners in the field.

Office for Victims of Crime Resource Center
1-800-627-6872
Provides victim related information such as: 
domestic violence; child abuse; elderly victims; hate/bias related violence ; victim rights, and victim compensation. Materials available through the OVCRC include: training curricula for law enforcement, victim assistance personnel, 
and allied professionals; fact sheets outlining special programs and initiatives managed by the United States Department of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime; and videotapes on such diverse topics as crime victim compensation, crisis response, the mental health needs of crime victims, bank robbery 
victims, and child sexual abuse.

Resource Center on Domestic Violence, Child Protection and Custody
1-800-527-3223
Is operated by the Family Violence Project of the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges. The resource center offers technical assistance to judges, court workers, advocates, lawyers, child protective workers, law enforcement personnel and other professionals. Assistance includes: customized information packets; general phone information; program materials; access to publications, videos, and audio tapes; National experts database; legal case law and state statute research.

National Youth Crisis Hotline: 
1-800-442-HOPE(4673)

National Adolescent Suicide Hotline:
1-800-621-4000

August Survivors Center Easton, PA:
1-610 253-1055

Child Abuse:
Child Abuse Click Here for Information on how to download 
a PDF Document at a glance ... The Canadian Incidence 
Study of Reported Child Abuse and Neglect (CIS) by the Child 
Maltreatment Division.
http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/pphb-dgspsp/publicat/cisfr-ecirf/index.html

GOVERNOR'S OFFICE OF CHILD ABUSE AND 
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
http://www.state.ky.us/agencies/gov/domviol/titlepg.htm

Toronto Child Abuse Centre:
Thanks to all of the individuals and corporations who 
supported our Butterfly Ball! 
http://www.tcac.on.ca/

Prevent Child Abuse South Carolina
Welcome! We are dedicated to the prevention of abuse 
and neglect of children in South Carolina. 
http://www.pcasc.org/

Child Abuse - Accountability To All Who 
Abuse Children:
JOIN HANDS - Justice FOR Children - No accountability equals 
child protection violations, dead children, abused children and 
abused families. Where every man, woman and child is held 
accountable. 
http://www.join-hands.com/

Child Abuse & Neglect (NISC):
Definition and etiology of child abuse, socio-economic factors, 
identification, treatment and prevention strategies effects on adults 
abused as children.
http://www.library.usyd.edu.au/databases/can.html

Intro to Child Abuse by Duncan Lindsey:
An Introduction to Child Abuse by Duncan Lindsey The 
Discovery of Child Abuse In 1962, C. Henry Kempe conducted 
a survey.
http://www.childwelfare.com/kids/caintro.htm

The Center for Child and Family Health - 
North Carolina:
http://www.ccfh-nc.medem.com/

Checklist for Incest Survivors:
http://www.efn.org/~terra/incest.html

Kempe Center - Leaders in the fight to end child abuse:
http://www.kempecenter.org/

SURVIVORS OF INCEST SUPPORT GROUP:
Community Hall 
SURVIVORS OF INCEST SUPPORT GROUP 
c/o Coverdale Centre 
61 Union Street, 3rd Floor 
Saint John, NB E2L 1A2
(506) 634-1649
A women's support group for survivors of incest.
http://www.sjfn.nb.ca/community_hall/S/surv1649.html

Male Survivors - Abuse-Incest support - net links:
http://incestabuse.about.com/health/incestabuse/msubsmen.htm
msubsmen.htm

Survivors of Incest Anonymous-S.B.:
S.B. Magic Menders 
Santa Barbara, CA 93105
Telephone Numbers and Contact Information 
(805) 967-0678 
Operating Agency: Support Groups 
Agency Type: Private.
http://www.siawso.org/

INCEST SURVIVOR SUPPORT GROUP
YWCA
Danville, IL 61832 
Telephone Numbers and Contact Information 
(217) 446-1217 
Operating Agency: Support Groups 
Agency Type: Volunteer Person in charge. 
http://www.soltec.net/uwda/iris/r00uvk9w.htm

Victims of Incest Can Emerge Survivors 
(VOICES In Action):
How to Contact Us Sit back and enjoy a slide show of 
survivor art by Jamie Heinz Voices is supported entirely 
through contributions from various sources including 
individuals, corporation/foundation.
http://www.voices-action.org/index.htm

Wayne Ray Publications and Poetry:
These are full text books previously published 
by the author: Wayne Ray.
http://www.mirror.org/wayne.ray/books.html

Survivors' Offline Resources:
Survivors' Offline Resources In the area where you live, 
there may be many resources available. You can help 
out others who live in your area by submitting information 
about the resources. 
http://www.vansondesign.com/RecoveryCanada/SexualAbuse/Resources
SexualAbuse/Resources

For Friends and Loved Ones:
For Friends and partners of survivors: Partners and 
Friends of Incest Survivors Anonymous For a resource list 
for survivors and their partners, 
e-mail Kerry Cater kjcater@mailbox.syr.edu
http://www.sandwich.net/sehlat/survs/friends.html

Unspeakable Truths: Survivors:
Sidran Home | News | About | Resources | Bookshelf | 
E-Mail These are the survivors of Unspeakable Truths: 
Richard Bikales, a Holocaust survivor. Barbara Palermo, 
whose 28-year-old son was murdered. 
http://www.sidran.org/survivors.html

LaFasa Centers:
RAPE CRISIS CENTER 
233 St. Ferdinand Street 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70802 
(504)389-3456 Business Office 
CRISIS LINE: (504)383-7273 24 HOURS 
HOURS: 8:30am - 4:30pm Monday - Friday. 
http://lafasaorg.hypermart.net/lafasacenters.htm

Domestic Abuse Counseling Center:
The Domestic Abuse Counseling Center is a non-profit 
organization whose mission is to End Domestic Abuse in 
Western Pennsylvania. 
http://www.dacc.net/

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Information:
Assisting victims and survivors of domestic violence 
and sexual assault.
http://www.actabuse.com/

Child Abuse - The Hidden Bruises - AACAP Facts 
for Families #5:
The statistics on physical child abuse are alarming. It is 
estimated hundreds of thousands of children are physically 
abused each year by a parent or close relative. Thousands die. 
http://www.aacap.org/publications/factsfam/chldabus.htm

Home Page CCMS, Inc:
We provide continuing education opportunities for 
the helping professional.
http://www.ccmsinc.net/

Child Abuse, Anger, Domestic Violence Counseling:
http://www.thecounselors.com/cg.html

National Institute of Mental Health - Helping Children Cope with Trauma:
The American Counseling Association, its 17 divisions and 56 
branches are concerned about the emotional and psychological 
aftereffects.
http://www.nimh.nih.gov/publicat/violence.cfm

Scarborough Sexual Assault Care Center:
Information on sexual assault, myths and facts, and 
community resources.
http://www.sacc.to/

CHILD ABUSE?:
http://www.freep.com/voices/editorials/1031child.htm

WRITE TO TELL:
The newsletter by and for sexual abuse survivors, as well as allies 
in their healing.  Offline (Print) Publication WRITE TO TELL. 
http://www.thecpac.com/tell.html

PRYSMSTAR:
Support for Sexual Abuse Survivors
http://www.angelfire.com/wi2/prysmstar/

Kim's Safe Place:
A safe place for the healing, prevention, and awareness of child abuse.
http://www.angelfire.com/fl/kimssafeplace/

Intimacy & Sexuality - Sexual Healing from Sexual Abuse:
http://www.sexualhealth.com/content/index.cfm?Topic=Healing%20from%20Abuse
Healing%20from%20Abuse

HealthyMind.com:
http://healthymind.com/abuse.html

Child Abuse Resources for Effective Parenting:
http://www.preventchildabusenj.org/resources.shtml

KiwiBox.com - Advice Numbers for Teens:
http://www.kiwibox.com/advice.asp?item=numbers

Pandora's Aquarium:
A great message board with some very supportive people 
associated with Tori Amos's site and RAINN.
http://pub42.ezboard.com/bpandorasaquarium

SAFE-Alternatives.com
So self abuse finally ends.
http://www.selfinjury.com/index.html

* Broken Wings and Fallen Angels
http://www.dreamstalker.org/wings/abuse.htm

National Child Abuse Hotline
(800)-422-4453
The Healing Woman, a journal out of California. 
Publishes monthly and can be reached at 
tel: (415) 728-0339 or fax: (415)728-1324
October's front page article was "Breaking the Taboo on Feelings."

Incest Resources, Inc
Cambridge Women's Center 
46 Pleasant St 
Cambridge, MA 02139 
(617) 354-8807
"Incest Resource publishes excellent low-cost literature 
on incest-related topics and offers a referral service."

Looking Up
P.O. Box K 
Augusta, ME 04330 
(207) 626-3402
"Looking Up provides referrals, low-cost conferences, workshops, and wilderness trips for nonoffending 
survivors of child sexual abuse. Looking Up also publishes 
a newsletter, trains professionals, and educates the public about sexual abuse."

PLEA (Prevention, Leadership, Education, 
and Assistance)
Is a nonprofit organization of concerned professionals 
and nonprofessionals united to combat the widespread 
problem of male sexual, physical, and emotional abuse 
and neglect. PLEA exclusively serves nonoffending male survivors. For information, contact: 
Hank Estrada 
Box 22, West Zia Road 
Santa Fe, NM 87505 
(505)982-9184

The Safer Society Program
Shoreham, Depot Rd. 
RR1, Box 24-B 
Orwell, VT 05760 
(802) 897-7541
"The Safer Society Program maintains national lists 
of agencies and individuals who provide assessment and treatment fro sexual abuse victims and offenders. Their excellent collection of publications includes many books of interest to adult survivors."

VOICES in Action, Inc
P.O. Box 148309 
Chicago, IL 60614 
"A national self-help network for survivors and 
"pro-survivors" (partners and friends of survivors), 
VOICES offers free national referrals, an annual 
conference, a newsletter, and over 100 special-interest 
support groups in which survivors who experienced 
similar types of abuse (abuse by mothers, abuse by 
priests, abuse by satanic cults, etc.) can correspond 
and gain confidential support."

Survivors Of Violence
8031 Wadsworth Boulevard 
#B4, Suite 104 
Denver, Colorado 80021 
(303) 940-6524
Denver metro area: (303) 201-3916
We are committed to giving victims of violent crime 
their voice in the community. We provide an annual 
art and poetry exhibit made up of the works of survivors 
of violent crime. We also provide resource numbers 
within the metro Denver community to help individuals 
find counseling and crisis intervention. Art work and 
speakers are available to talk to groups and organizations 
to help educate the community as to the devastating 
affects that violence has on an individual. Survivors of 
Violence believes that violence has no boundaries; when 
one of us is suffering, all of us are affected as well.

Hopeline
1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433)
"THE HOPE LINE NETWORK 1-800-SUICIDE is not limited 
to use by depressed or suicidal callers. It is also a valuable resource for anyone concerned about someone who seems 
at risk, despondent, hopeless, or considering a 
self-destructive act."

Boy's Town (*Not* just for boys)
1-800-448-3000

Kids Help Phone (Canada/Bilingue)
1-800-668-6868

Tel-jeune (Canada/Bilingue)
1-800-263-2266

Childline (UK)
0800 1111 1111
UK's free national helpline for children and young people in trouble or danger.

Rape Crisis Federation (UK):
0115 934 8474
If you are in immediate danger, Call 911
your local crisis response line, or go to an Emergency Room
Both the reporting party and the child who is allegedly being abused must reside in the same state for the following 
reporting numbers to be valid. 

Christian Counselling Links to other Christian 
Counsellors and Counselling Related Sites:
http://www.christian.connections-c.com/

Child Abuse Counseling Activiities:
http://www.ndacan.cornell.edu:5160/msg00476.html

Georgia Network to End Sexual Assault:
Information on rape, and other types of sexual violence.
http://www.gnesa.org/info_for/info_for.html

Abuse and Incest Support:
Online therapy, off-line and off-site community support, 
hotlines, statistics, and mailing lists.
http://incestabuse.about.com/index.htm

Sexual Assault Services of Saskatchewan (SASS):
A coalition of Saskatchewan agencies that provide support 
and services to individuals, primarily women, who have been 
sexually assaulted or abused.
http://www3.sk.sympatico.ca/sass/

National Clearinghouse on Family Violence
http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/hppb/familyviolence/

Ontario Women's Justice:
The goal of the Ontario Women's Justice Network (OWJN) is to promote 
an understanding of the law with respect to the issue of violence against women and children. 
http://www.owjn.org/issues/w-abuse/safe.htm

Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Websites:
Personal page from this mother and social worker fighting 
the Quebec government in response to sexual abuse court outcomes.
http://www.prevent-abuse-now.com/pschild1.htm

Canadian Crime Prevention Centre
An educational corporation serving Canada in the areas of Crime 
Prevention Through Environmental Design training, child 
abduction/sexual abuse programs and security/law enforcement 
programs.
http://www.replacefear.com/

CASAT Home Page
Our mission is to promote maximum recovery from child 
sexual abuse. Handbook on-line.
http://www.casat.on.ca/

Breaking the Silence - Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Canadian sexual-abuse resource lists related publications, 
offers consultancy information and provides a directory of 
sexual abusers.
http://www.breakingthesilence.com/

Sexual Abuse by Professionals
Return to the USA Law Offices. Sexual Abuse by Therapists.,
http://www.islandnet.com/~wwlia/us-prosx.htm

Voices in Action
International organization that provides support and help for 
incest and sexual assault victims. Read the newsletter, and get 
membership details.
http://www.voices-action.org/

Sexual Abuse of Disabled Tough to Prosecute
http://home.golden.net/~soul/disabuse.html

British Columbia Society for Male Survivors of Sexual:
http://www.vcn.bc.ca/bcsmssa1/welcome.htm

Child Sexual Abuse - Long Term Effects
Institute Against Family Violence presents the findings of 
one psychologist on the long-term effects of child sexual abuse.
http://www.bcifv.org/about/overview/6.html

Child Sexual Abuse
Duhaime's LAWisdom: Child Sexual Abuse. Some editorial/legal.
http://www.duhaime.org/Police_station/childsex.htm

About Child Abuse at Aardvark.org:
http://www.aardvarc.org/child/about.shtml

Indicators of Sexual Abuse
 ... ie: drug or alcohol abuse, suicide attempts, etc. suddenly 
loses interest in her/himself. 
http://www.namca.com/english/bi-sexab.htm

The Harm of Sexual Abuse
http://www.segnbora.com/harm.html

Assault Survivor's Web Links:
http://www.calcna.ab.ca/survivors/as-links.htm

Gentle Touch's Web
Welcome To Gentle Touch's Web. Within this site information 
regarding family secrets. Be Obtained! Walk this path safely to 
learn about survivors of all forms of abuse, including rape, incest.
http://www.gentletouchsweb.com/

Welcome to Barbados:
A Tori Amos inspired site for rape and sexual abuse survivors.
http://welcometobarbados.org/

AR
Arkansas
(800) 482-5964

AZ
Arizona
(800) 330-1822

CT
Connecticut
(800) 842-2288

DE
Delaware
(800) 292-9582

FL
Florida
(800) 962-2873

IA
Iowa
(800) 362-2178

IL
Illinois
(800) 252-2873

IN
Indiana
(800) 562-2407

KS
Kansas
(800) 922-5330

KY
Kentucky
(800) 752-6200

MA
Massachusetts
(800) 792-5200

ME
Maine
(800) 452-1999

MI
Michigan
(800) 942-4357

MO
Missouri
(800) 392-3738

MS
Mississippi
(800) 222-8000

MT
Montana
(800) 332-6100

NC
North Carolina
(800) 662-7030

NE
Nebraska
(800) 652-1999

NH
New Hampshire
(800) 894-5533

NJ
New Jersey
(800) 792-8610

NM
New Mexico
(800) 432-2075

NV
Nevada
(800) 992-5757

NY
New York
(800) 342-3720

OK
Oklahoma
(800) 522-3511

OR
Oregon
(800) 854-3508

PA
Pennsylvania
(800) 932-0313

RI
Rhode Island
(800) 742-4453

TX
Texas
(800) 252-5400

UT
Utah
(800) 678-9399

VA
Virginia
(800) 552-7096

WA
Washington
(800) 562-5624

WV
West Virginia
(800) 352-6513

Mental Health Toll Free Resources and Hotlines
(HOTLINES):
http://www.mhsanctuary.com/mh/toll.htm

IPHC Youth Quest ALLIES Crisis Hotlines:
http://www.iphc.org/cem/allies/hotlines.html

Canada
Depressed Anonymous:
1-800-263-2018

Women's Shelter & Counselling Services:
1-800-265-5506

Reach Out (for sexual abuse survivors):
1-416-261-8670

S.O.S. Femmes:
1-800-387-8603

Survivors of Incest Anon:
1-416-485-1674

Women In Crisis:
1-800-265-7233

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DCRCC HOMEPAGE
How we can help.  What to do if raped. Long term affects of abuse. 
What's New.  Rape Council Hotlines.  Myths about rape.  Self 
defense tips.  Volunteering.  Importance of Volunteers.
http://www.dcrcc.org/history.html

This Child of Mine: Therapist's Journey
A child therapist shares her 15 years of treating society's neglected 
souls. 
http://www.thischildofmine.com/

Yello Dyno: Child Abuse Prevention Tools:
Yello Dyno's non-fearful, musically-based products help educate 
children on protecting themselves from child abuse, abduction, 
bullies, date rape, Internet stalking and school violence. 
http://www.yellodyno.com/

The Problem-Kid Problem-Solver
The youth professional's one-stop resource for the best solutions 
to turnaround troubled children. Free samples, free problem-solver 
magazine, 100s of solutions you can't get anywhere else. 
http://www.youthchg.com/

Fight Child Abuse
Concept 7 is a foster care agency in Southern California which 
provides family support and treatment services for approximately 
700 children in Southern California. 
http://www.concept7.org/

emindhealth.com - Therapist Referrals
Find a therapist who can help you with issues of child abuse in our 
national directory of over 250K licensed mental health professionals. 
http://www.emindhealth.com/

Powell's Books - Abuse General:
Several books available dealing with the effects and after-effects 
of child abuse.
http://www.powells.com/subsection/AbuseGeneral.8.html

Get Free Email News On Child Abuse:
Sign up to receive the latest developments and prevention tips on 
child abuse plus hundreds of other medical and health related topics. 
http://www.medicalmailbox.com/

Legal Solutions at FreeAdvice.com!
Easy to understand legal info in over 100 topics. Voted "most 
extremely useful" consumer legal Web site, USA Today. Ask a 
lawyer live, free. legal forms, forums, links to lawyers. 
http://freeadvice.com/

Child Abuse Prevention Network
Internet Center for professionals working in the field of child 
abuse and neglect. See their index of services and mailing lists. 
http://child-abuse.com/

Annapolis Online Forum: Incest:
http://www.avmcyber.com/

"Ghosts in the Bedroom: A Guide for Partners of Incest 
Survivors" Health Communications, Inc:
Barnes and Noble has great prices on Ghosts in the Bedroom: A 
Guide for Partners of Incest Survivors Health Communications, Inc. 
(Ken Graber) and other Books, Family, Child Care & Relationships 
products. 
http://shop.barnesandnoble.com/booksearch/results.asp?WRD=ghosts+in+the+bedroom&userid=1A7663228O

Mental Help Net:
Every day, millions of Americans wake up to an abusive situation 
in their lives, and millions more are in the process of recovery 
from one. 
http://mentalhelp.net/poc/center_index.php?id=2

Yahoo! Clubs ukincestsurvivors:
http://clubs.yahoo.com/clubs/ukincestsurvivors

Community Organization - Survivors of Incest 
Anonymous (SIA):
Community Organization - Survivors of Incest Anonymous (SIA). 
A 12-step group for female incest survivors 18 years of age or older. 
To receive an SIA meeting list or literature call 410-433-2365.
http://www.somd.com/community/orgs/332.asp

Yahoo! Groups : For Abuse Survivors:
Yahoo! Groups - Free, easy email groups
http://dir.clubs.yahoo.com/Health___Wellness/Support/Abuse_Survivors/
Abuse_Survivors/

"Trauma and the Therapist: Countertransference and 
Vicarious Traumatization in Psychotherapy with Incest 
Survivors":
Trauma and the Therapist: Countertransference and Vicarious 
Traumatization in Psychotherapy with Incest Survivors Pearlman, 
Laurie Anne and Saakvitne, Karen (1995) ISBN: (0-393-70183-2) 
clothbound Qty: Original Price: 40.00 NPB Price (15% off).
http://www.wwnorton.com/npb/nppsych/nppsych.htm

Incest Resource:
Places to find abuse help on the internet.
http://www.seflin.org/

Read Reviews and Compare Prices on "Secret Survivors: Uncovering Incest & Its Aftereffects in Women" at 
Epinions.com:
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http://www.epinions.com/book_mu-2151044

Child Abuse, Domestic Violence Survivors Chat Room
YesICAN offers Facilitated Chat room for survivors of Child Abuse, 
Domestic Violence.
http://www.yesican.org/

SURVIVORS OF INCEST SUPPORT GROUP:
Community Hall SURVIVORS OF INCEST SUPPORT GROUP 
(506) 634-1649 c/o Coverdale Centre 61 Union Street, 3rd Floor 
Saint John, NB E2L 1A2 A women's support group for survivors of incest. Through discussions and mutual support, members come to terms.
http://www.sjfn.nb.ca/

Sexual Abuse Treatment, Referral, Resource & 
Research Page:
http://www.angelfire.com/mi/collateral/

Big Thanks to Jia-xi for the following site!!
Chinese Fund for Children and Families:
This helpful site is both in Chinese and English.
http://www.ccf.org.tw/english/

International Society for Prevention of Child 
Abuse & Neglect:
http://www.ispcan.org/

Children's House in Cyberspace:
http://child-abuse.com/childhouse/

VDay - Until the Violence Stops:
http://www.vday.org/ie/index2.cfm?articleID=399

Innermotion:
http://www.innermotion.org/

Silent-No-More Resources:
http://www.silent-no-more.org/resources.html

Kid's Help Phone
1.800.668.6868

Child Abuse Hotline:
1.800.387.KIDS (5437)

Northern Alberta only: Distress and 
Suicide Line:
1.800.232.7288

Australia
Online Kids Counseling Kids Free Help Line
1-800-551-800

Child Abuse Prevention Services
1.800.688.009

Child Protection and Family Crisis Service
1-800-066-777

Domestic Violence Service
1-800-656-463

Advocate for Survivors of Child Abuse
1.300.657.80

Helpline Online Mental illness information and referral
1.800.817.569

Crisis Line, Information, Counselling:
1.800.622.112

Lifeline
131.114

Care Ring
136.169

Crisis Care Unit
131.611

Family Drug Support
1.300.368.186

SANE helpline
1.800.688.382

Suicide Prevention (Recording)
1.300.360.980

Victorian Helplines
GROW: Mutual support and self help groups
9890 9846

LifeLine - Suicide Helpline
1.300.651.251

Men's Referral Service:
1.800.065.973

Women's Domestic Violence Crisis Service 
of Victoria
1.800.015.188

Beyond Blue: National Depression Initiative:
(03) 9810 6100

Lifeline
(03) 9662.1000

National Association for Loss and Grief
(03) 9688.4768

Compassionate Friends
(03) 9882.3355

Centre of Adolescent Health:
(03) 9345.5890

Stopover Emergency Youth Accommodation
(03) 9347.0822

South Australian Numbers
Living Hope Counselling and Support
(08) 8277.4033

Living Hope (youth call)
(08) 8277.4400

United Kingdom
Childline:
0800 1111

NSPCC Child Protection Helpline
0800 800500

Rape Crisis Centre
020 7837 1600

Rape Crisis Federation
0115 934 8474 / http://www.rapecrisis.co.uk/

Careline: offers counselling and advice on any subject 
020 8514 1177

Youth Access: provides numbers for 
counselling/advisory services 
020 8514 1177

Family-line UK: support for family with problems 
0845 756 7800

The Samaritans
0845 7 909090 
Samaritans' e-mail: jo@samaritans.org

Women's Aid National Helpline
0131 475 2372

Women's Aid for help in finding 
local support
0345 023468

Anti-Bullying Campaign: (counselling and 
advice) 
020 7378 1446

The British Association For Counselling
01788 550899

Cruse Bereavement Care: (offers counselling for 
the bereaved) 
0345 585565

Alateen: (advice for teens with alcohol concerns) 
020 7403 0888

Youth 2 Youth: (support and advice available) 
020 8896 3675

Get Connected: (for young people who have/are 
thinking of running away) 
0800 096 0096

National Association for Children of Alcoholics
0800 567123

Lifeline
0800 716701

Rape and Abuse Line
080 8000 0123

Shelterline
080 8800 4444

Victim Support
01703 234883

Brook Advisory Centres: for nearest branch call 
0800 0185023 

Guide to contraception
020 7285 5510

Going to a Brook Centre
020 7285 5515

Family Planning Association
020 7837 4044

Norway
Barn og unges kontakttelefon
80033321

Barneombudet
80031700/22342630

Mental barnehjelp (bekymiringstelefon for foreldre): 
80030940

Redd Barnas senter mot seksuelle overgrep
22426011

* UCLA Mental Health Project Hotlines
http://smhp.psych.ucla.edu/hotline.htm

Gentle Touch's Web:
Welcome To Gentle Touch's Web. Within this site information 
regarding family secrets, abuse, incest, rape, children missing, 
child rights, victims rights, laws, mental health and the long term 
side effects of child abuse can be found.
http://www.gentletouchsweb.com/

Victims of Incest Can Emerge Survivors (VOICES In Action):
How to Contact Us Sit back and enjoy a slide show of survivor 
art by Jamie Heinz.  Voices is supported entirely through 
contributions from various sources including individuals, 
corporation/foundations and membership fees.
http://www.voices-action.org/

Wayne Ray Publications and Poetry:
These are full text books previously published.
http://www.mirror.org/wayne.ray/books.html

Recovery Canada:
Survivors' Offline Resources In the area where you live, 
there may be many resources available. You can help out 
others who live in your area by submitting information about 
the resources that you are aware of. In this way, you can 
help each other.
http://vansondesign.com/RecoveryCanada/SexualAbuse/Library/

For Friends and Loved Ones:
For Friends and partners of survivors: Partners and Friends 
of Incest Survivors Anonymous For a resource list for survivors 
and their partners, e-mail Kerry Cater kjcater@mailbox.syr.edu 
Parents of survivors may find this link interesting. 
http://www.sandwich.net/sehlat/survs/friends.html

Ministry of Children and Family Development of BC:
The Ministry of Children and Family Development works to ensure 
that some of our most vulnerable children and families have the best 
chances possible to succeed and thrive.
http://www.gov.bc.ca/mcf/

Child Abuse & Recovery - Suite 101.com:
Child Abuse Resources. This page is
dedicated to helping you find information.
http://www.suite101.com/welcome.cfm/child_abuse_and_recovery

Multiple Personality and Dissociation Book List:
This site provides bibliographic details and reader reviews of 
books on dissociation, particularly multiple personalities.
http://mpbooks.artefact.org.nz/

Helpers2:
http://www3.sympatico.ca/roddy.duchesne/helpers2.htm

Dark Children -- Ring Index:
Click on any of the ring titles below to access the ring 
fragment. Or, you can click on the "Back" or "More" button below 
to start surfing through the ring pages. Hope from Incest Healing 
from Incest - You Are Not Alone Survivors Against Domestic Violence.
http://www.rikconklin.com/dark_children/rings.html

Online Recovery - Abuse Survivors:
http://www.drcc.ie/help/incest/

DVIRC Publications:
http://www.dvirc.org.au/publications/Incest.htm

Health Library - Sexual Abuse/Incest/Rape:
http://www.laurushealth.com/Library/HealthGuide/SelfHelp/topic.asp?hwid=shc65

Links to Internet Resources on Abuse:
http://www.mjbovo.com/AbuseLinks.htm

TeenAdvice Help Line Links
http://teenadvice.about.com/cs/helplines/

Transformations:
http://www.transformations.com./

Secret Shame
http://www.palace.net/~llama/psych/injury.html

Self-Help for Self-Injury by Anonymous: http://secretsswollen.tripod.com/selfhelpframe.html

Christian Recovery International:
A coalition of ministries dedicated to helping the Christian community 
become a safe and helpful place for people recovering from addiction, 
abuse or trauma. 
http://www.christianrecovery.com/dox/links/pages/Abuse/

David Baldwin's Trauma Info Page
The Trauma Information Pages focus primarily on emotional 
trauma and traumatic stress, including PTSD(Post-traumatic 
Stress Disorder), whether following individual traumatic 
experience(s) or a large-scale disaster.
http://www.trauma-pages.com/

Talula's Shack of Petals:
http://www.geocities.com/talula_petal/

Inspiration for Rape/Sexual Abuse Survivors:
http://www.healthyplace.com/Communities/Abuse/lisk/quotations.htm
quotations.htm

Alliance: Incest Awareness Foundation: 
Incest Recovery:
Organization: Incest Awareness Foundation Program: The 
Reading Lamp, a quarterly gathering for incest survivors and 
their supporters. 
http://www.nycagainstrape.org/research_library_title_I.html

SAPAC - Resources - Washtenaw County Rape/
Domestic Violence
Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm Fees: None for rape crisis program; 
sliding fee scale for long-term treatment for adult incest survivors. 
Wheelchair accessible. 
http://www.umich.edu/~sapac/

I Sang Holy Holy:
http://www.geocities.com/SunsetStrip/Pavilion/2910/rape.html

Over the Bridge:
http://www.angelfire.com/oh/tearinherhand/index.html

Child Abuse Victims' Resources:
http://mova.missouri.org/childab.htm

Department of Health and Human Services:
http://www.dhhs.gov/
HHS is the U.S. government's principal agency for protecting the 
health of all Americans and providing essential human services, 
especially for those who are least able to help themselves. HHS is 
the largest grant-making agency in the Federal government with 
more than 300 programs that address issues concerning children, 
youth, and families.

Administration for Children and Families (ACF):
http://www.acf.dhhs.gov/
Within HHS, ACF is the key agency administering programs related 
to the prevention, intervention, treatment, and placement of abused 
and neglected children. ACF houses the Administration on Children, 
Youth and Families (ACYF), Administration on Developmental 
Disabilities (ADD), Office of Community Services (OCS), Office of 
Family Assistance (OFA), and Administration for Native Americans.

Administration on Children, Youth and Families (ACYF):
http://www.acf.dhhs.gov/programs/acyf
Within ACF, ACYF oversees the major Federal programs that support 
social services promoting the positive growth and development of
children and youth and their families; protective services and shelter 
for children and youth in at-risk situations; child care for working families 
and families on public assistance; and adoption of children with 
special needs.

Children's Bureau:
http://www.acf.dhhs.gov/programs/cb
The Children's Bureau, located within ACYF, is the oldest Federal agency 
for children. The Children's Bureau is responsible for helping States 
deliver child welfare services designed to protect children and strengthen families, including child protective services, family preservation and 
support, foster care, adoption, and independent living.

Family and Youth Services Bureau:
http://www.acf.dhhs.gov/programs/fysb
FYSB helps individuals and organizations to provide effective, 
comprehensive services for youth in at-risk situations and their families. 
Its areas of focus include preventing sexual abuse of homeless and 
runaway youth.

Head Start Bureau:
http://www.acf.dhhs.gov/programs/hsb
Head Start is a national program that promotes school readiness 
by enhancing the social and cognitive development of the nation's 
low-income, preschool children and provides comprehensive social 
services for their families.

Child Care Bureau (CCB):
http://www.acf.dhhs.gov/programs/ccb
CCB is responsible for administering Federal funds to help low-income 
families gain access to high-quality child care and provides technical 
assistance to the nation on a variety of topics related to child care.

Administration on Developmental Disabilities (ADD):
http://www.acf.dhhs.gov/programs/add
ADD is responsible for efforts to protect the rights of people with 
developmental disabilities. ADD's programs focus on such issues as child development, abuse and neglect of persons with disabilities, day care, 
early intervention, and training.

Finland
The Mannerheim League of Child Welfare 
Confidential helpline for Children and Teens
9800 20400

Youth Crisis Point
09 753 5121

Support for Victims of Harassment 
at School
0800 97474

Suicide Prevention Center
09 731 391

Finnish Mental Health Association Helpline
020 344 5566

Al-Anon (Support for friends and family of 
those with alcohol problems)
09 750 200

Crime Victim Helpline
0600 16116

Rape Crisis Center
0800 97895

Get Rid of Drugs Line
0203 22388

Finnish Red Cross AIDS Line
0203 27000

Emergency number:
112

Israel
Eran  (psychological help for youth)
1201, 02- 610303, 04- 8672222

The department against family violence
03- 5231287

Shila (A help centre for pregnant girls)
02- 258841

Naan (Youth helps youth. It's quite like TAO, 
only on the phone)
02- 246954, 02- 252839 
04- 9835373, 04- 9835374

Meital (A help centre for children who were 
sexually abused)
02- 630428

South Africa
Telefriend:

Johannesburg: (011) 922-9999
Cape Town: (021) 430-1122
Durban: (031) 450-9999
Port Elizabeth: (041) 51-22212

Lifeline:

Johannesburg: (011) 728-1347
Cape Town: (021) 461-1111
Durban: (031) 2323-23
Welkom: (057) 35-22212

AIDS Hotline
(011) 725-6711

Childline
08000 55555

Eating Disorder Unit
(011) 489-1206

Alcoholics Anonymous:
(011) 483-2470
(021) 247-550
(031) 301-4959
(041) 554-019

Famsa:
(011) 883-2057
(021) 461-7360/1/2
(031) 304-8991
(041) 559-393

SANCA:
(011) 337-8400
(021) 930-6086
(031) 222-241
(041) 551-927

Volunteer Work & Community Outreach:
Worship Schedule Calendar of Events & Activities Volunteer 
Work & Community Outreach Church History Audio Sermons 
Additional Links Guestbook Return Home St. Mary's Volunteer 
Work and Community Outreach The Choir of St. Mary's Church. 
http://www.libertynet.org/stmaryhv/volunteer.html

Aberdeen Internet Services Guide to Aberdeen & 
North East Scotland - Helplines:
http://www.aberdeenhq.com/

Hot Links:
JL Corporate Services - maximizing human potential in today's 
workplace. Provides insightful products and services that build 
foundations for healing relationships in the workplace and at home. 
Workshops and seminars available for corporations.
http://www.flyingboy.com/

MD DPSCS Victim Services in Maryland: 
National Resources:
http://www.dpscs.state.md.us/

NCPTSD:
http://www.ncptsd.org/

Survivors Art Foundation | Programs:
May, 1999 The 1999 VOICES in Action "17th Annual International 
Conference on Child Sexual Abuse and Art Exhibit" was held 
May 20-23 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
http://www.survivorsartfoundation.org/programs.html

Growing Beyond Emotional Abuse - Articles:
'Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will break my 
heart.' That's the lament of survivors of emotional and verbal abuse. 
This comprehensive resource website directs visitors to books, 
on-line articles, and programs dedicated to healing.
http://www.webheights.net/GrowingbeyondEmotionalAbuse/

S.E.A.S of Life Ministries:
A survivor of childhood sexual abuse shares her story and offers 
hope and inspiration. Online resources and support groups for 
survivors of childhood sexual abuse.
http://www.seasoflife.com/

4Therapy.com - Sexual Abuse Survivor:
4therapy's mental health guide helps to eliminate the anxiety 
of seeking professional help. Includes articles and resources for 
sexual abuse survivors.
http://www.4therapy.com/

Recovery from Sexual Abuse:
EMDR Therapy - a rapid effective treatment for overcoming 
the trauma from sexual abuse. EMDR therapist is located in 
Los Angeles.
http://www.psychotherapist.net/

Male Childhood Sexual Abuse:
Support page for survivors of abuse, includes articles and 
information, and an index of books and reviews to be found online.
http://www.vix.com/menmag/sexabupg.htm

WIRE:
http://www.wire.org.au/pages/default.cfm?page_id=1509

Childline:
http://www.childline.org.uk/

Office of Family Assistance:
http://www.acf.dhhs.gov/programs/ofa
OFA oversees the Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) 
program and the Job Opportunities and Basic Skills Training 
program (JOBS).

Administration for Native Americans:
http://www.acf.dhhs.gov/programs/ana
The Administration for Native Americans promotes social and 
economic self-sufficiency of American Indians, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians, and other Native American Pacific Islanders.

Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation (OPRE):
http://www.acf.dhhs.gov/programs/opre
OPRE administers programs aimed at promoting families' financial self-sufficiency and the healthy development and well-being of children 
and families.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):
http://www.cdc.gov/
CDC promotes all aspects of health as well as the prevention and 
control of disease, injury, and disability. Issues of concern include 
childhood injuries and children who witness violence.

Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA):
http://www.hrsa.gov/
HRSA administers grants targeted at medically underserved 
populations and addresses child well-being issues through the 
Maternal and Child Health Bureau.

National Child Help Hotlines
Alcohol and Drug Abuse Hotline:
(800) 237-6237

Center to Prevent Handgun Violence: 
(202) 898-0792

Child Abuse Hotline: 
(800) 540-4000

Child Help USA: 
(800) 422-4453

Children Now: 
(800) CHILD-44

Crisis Counseling Hotline: 
(800) 444-9999

Enough is Enough: 
(888) 2-ENOUGH

National Center for Missing and Exploited 
Children: 
(800) 843-5678

National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information:
(800) 729-6686

National Council for Child Abuse and 
Family Violence:
(800) 222-2000

National Crime Prevention Council: 
(202) 466-6272

National Institute on Drug Abuse 
Referral Line: 
(800) 662-HELP

National Victim Center INFOLINK:
(800) FYI-CALL

NINE LINE, help line for young people:
(800) 999-9999

Runaway Hotline: 
(800) 231-6946

Suicide Prevention Hotline: 
(800) 827-7571

Violence Prevention Coalition: 
(213) 240-7785

Dr. Schuller's Hour of Power Hotline for Help: 
1-714-NEW-HOPE (This was a hotline number 
my Mom donated...she's terrific:)

TRAUMA AND ABUSE
ORGANIZATION TELEPHONE
Life Line:
011 -728 1347

Childline Treatment Line: 
0800 55555
011 - 484 0771

Community Places of Safety:
011 -484 8911

Trauma Clinic & Centre For The Study
Of Violence And Reconciliation:
011 - 403 5102

Child Emergency Service 24 hours:
0800 123 321

Child Welfare:
011 - 331 0171/9

Children in Trauma (Rhema):
Heather, Karen
011 - 783 7657
083 229 9440

Challenge Child Abuse - Brixton: 
082 452 2212

Jewish Community Services & Trauma Project:
011 - 648 9124

National Peace Accord Trust:
011 - 483 2612

Compassionate Friends:
(support for bereaved parents)
011 - 440 6322

SAPS Sexual Offenses, Child Protection,
and Family Violence Unit: 
012 - 320 3625

National Network Of Violence Against Women:
012 - 348 1232

Islamic Careline:
011 - 836 6085/6

Randburg Trauma Centre:
011 - 789 8478

702 Helpline:
011 - 884 8448

CSSA Survivors Main Page:
Christian Survivors of Sexual Abuse You shall be my people, 
and I will be your God........Jeremiah 30:22 CSSA Main Page | 
CSSA London | Resources If you would like to bookmark this site, 
then this is the page to do it. 
http://www.mtb1.demon.co.uk/cssa/main.htm

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Survivors" at Amazon.com:
Shop at Amazon.com where you will find a huge selection of 
books at great prices. Shop here for Art Therapy With Sexual 
Abuse Survivors and find more books by Stephanie L. Brooke.
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/search-handle-form/002-5886806-7456827
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Childhood Sexual Abuse | Survivor's Search Engine:
Remembering the Kids Inside: Survivors of Sexual Abuse Welcome! 
I've created this page as a place for survivors to tell their stories 
and a source of information for survivors and their loved ones. 
http://www.escapinghades.com/childs.html

Persevering
For sexual abuse survivors.
http://www.persevering.org/

Partners & Allies of Sexual Assault Survivors:
Resource list for allies and survivors of sexual harassment 
and assault alike, including books, newsletters, and 
Internet-based materials.
http://twhj.com/allies.shtml

Sexual Abuse Survivor's Tools In Recovery:
On this page you will find - 1. Ideas to Facilitate Grounding  2. Relapse 
Prevention Tips 3. Relapse Prevention Plan  4. Helpful 12-Step-Type 
Slogans 4a. Defintion of Some Terms In the Steps 5. Plan to Aid in 
Balancing Your Lifestyle 6. Target Daily.
http://home.golden.net/~soul/tools.html

Survivors of Educator Sexual Abuse & Misconduct Emerge:
Discusses abuse by teachers and other school employees, and provides a confidential information and support network for survivors and friends.
http://www.nal.usda.gov/pavnet/vp/vpsesame.htm

Childsexualabuse.index:
Child Sexual Abuse Christian Survivors Ministries.  How could anyone 
hurt a little child?  Survivors of Child abuse, together we can heal with 
God's Strength. This site is dedicated to all the children around the 
world who have been victims of child abuse.
http://www.geocities.com/foreverlovek/Childsexualabuse.index.html

Forums for Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse and Sexual Assault
Recovery Canada Online support network for victims and survivors 
of a variety of life-affecting physical, emotional, spritual challenges.
http://vansondesign.com/RecoveryCanada/SexualAbuse/Forums/

M.A.L.E.:
Men Assisting Leading & Educating - Resources For Sexually 
Abused Males. Forum for men who have been sexually abused to 
explore their feelings.
http://www.malesurvivor.org/

Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse:
http://www.seflin.org/

Impacts of Childhood Sexual Abuse:
Some impacts of childhood sexual abuse on the life of adult survivors.
http://www.med.monash.edu.au/

Sexual Abuse Survivors Speak Out: Project Teardrop:
Yes, we know we are sexual abuse victims. I say we because I, 
too, was abused as a small child. We may have suffered the effects 
for years - body memories, disassociation, post traumatic stress.
http://www.carillontech.com/teardrop.htm

Abuse survivor chats:
Sexual abuse survivors, mental health, support.  List of abuse survivor 
chat sites.
http://dennice.virtualave.net/related.html

Childhood Sexual Abuse Consulting:
Adena Bank Lees - Childhood Sexual Abuse Consulting, Training, 
Seminars specializing in helping survivors of childhood sexual abuse.
http://www.adenabanklees.com/

Abuse Survivors Healing:
http://www.angelfire.com/tn/surivors/

Abuse Survivors Haven
http://www.abusesurvivorshaven.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/

Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB):
http://www.mchb.hrsa.gov/
MCHB administers numerous grant programs related to child well-being.

National Institutes of Health (NIH):
http://www.nih.gov/
NIH entities that support research related to children, youth, and 
family issues are the National Institute of Mental Health, National 
Institute of Child Health and Human Development, National Institute 
on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, and National Institute on Drug Abuse. 
The National Institutes of Health Work Group on Child Abuse and 
Neglect is working to increase child maltreatment research conducted 
under NIH Institute grants.

National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH):
http://www.nimh.nih.gov/
NIMH supports research, research training, and career development 
programs on mental health and behavioral disorders. NIMH has 
supported research in such areas as youth and family violence, risk 
factors for abuse and neglect, prevention of child maltreatment, and emergency mental health services for victims of, or witnesses to, 
violence and abuse.

National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD):
http://www.nichd.nih.gov/
NICHD-funded research relates to perinatal care, child development and behavior, child sexual abuse reports, effects of domestic violence on 
children, and children with developmental disabilities caused by injury.




NEW ADDITIONS:

Rainbow Male Survivor Network: 
http://rainbownetwork.org.au/
Gay and bisexual survivors need a 'gay friendly' network in which they can access information and resources related to their sexuality and abuse within a supportive framework.

Child Abuse Monument:
http://www.irvingstudios.com/child_abuse_survivor_monument/index.html
index.html
The Child Abuse Survivor Monument Project is a community social action project. It recognizes the adversity which those victimized by child abuse have survived and validates their heroic resilience to the abuse they suffered.

10 Child Abuse!:
http://standupagain.com/main.htm
Adultsurvivors.org offers former child abuse & molestation survivors, a 10 step program of recovery & healing. Please visit the site and become a survivor rather than a victim of child abuse & child molestation.

Survivor Related Links:
http://www.freezone.co.uk/tansalorg/page5.html
These are mostly out of the UK.

ChildTraumaAcademy.com:
http://www.childtraumaacademy.com/
Every year millions of children undergo physical or emotional trauma. On this site you'll find free online courses that offer creative and practical approaches to understanding and working with maltreated children. You can also sign up to receive more information on the ChildTraumaAcademy.com and its work, including announcements of new online courses as they become available. 

Intelihealth: Domestic Abuse:
http://www.intelihealth.com/IH/ihtIH/WSIHW000/9273/9348.html
9273/9348.html
Also features links for all forms of abuse recovery.

Dr. Irene's Verbal Abuse (Site)!:
http://www.drirene.com/
This is a good site for recognizing the signs of verbal abuse in someone and how to deal with it.

Gift From Within:
http://www.giftfromwithin.org/
An international organization dealing with trauma and victimization, specifically dealing with PTSD.

Stop It Now! Vermont:
http://www.stopitnow.com/stopvt.html
STOP IT NOW! VERMONT is a new public health campaign designed to prevent the sexual abuse of children. 

4therapy.com:
http://www.4therapy.com/
A good place to find a trained therapist around the country.

Abuse-tips.com:
http://www.abuse-tips.com/OurGurus.asp
Good resource to help understand and survive abuse.

The Men's Project - THANKS PAM!!
http://www.themensproject.ca/home.html

The Children's Group Therapy Association
http://www.cgta.net/

PSC Guide to Group Therapy:
http://www.mwc.edu/psc/group.htm

Sexual Abuse News:
http://www.prevent-abuse-now.com/news.htm
Court prosecution and cases in law of dealing with sexual abuse offenders, most currently going on.

Stop Yahoo! Porn petition:
http://www.afa.net/yahoo/petition.asp

Stop Child Porn & Child Exploitation on the Internet:
http://www.thecpac.com/stop-it.html

SafeSurf:
http://www.safesurf.com/index.html
Child filters and safe places for children to surf and ways to 
overcome the keyword traps that porn sites often use.

Stop Spam:
http://www.truthminers.com/truth/stop_spam.htm

Knights of Kindness - Abuse Shelters:
http://www.baddteddy.com/abuse/shelters.htm

SHELTERS - Against Domestic Violence of the PWOTW:
http://www.phenomenalwomen.com/help/shelters.htm
This is with the organization Phenomenal Women of the Web.

Stages of Healing:
http://www.geocities.com/Wellesley/4363/stages.html
Steps to recovering sexual and physical abuse.

Wings - A Place of Healing from Abuse:
http://members.aol.com/Wings2Fly/wings.html

Multiplicity, Abuse & Healing:
http://www.m-a-h.net/

Stop Abuse, Purple Ribbon Campaign:
http://www.geocities.com/Wellesley/Gazebo/1601/purpleribbon.html
purpleribbon.html

Links to Internet Resources for Abuse:
http://www.mjbovo.com/AbuseLinks.htm

Child Abduction & Abuse Links:
http://personalwebs.myriad.net/steveb/abduct.html

SafeChild.net:
http://www.safechild.net/

Rape and Rape Prevention:
http://www.womenshealth.org/a/avoiding_rape.htm

Rape Prevention Tips:
http://www.wcstx.com/prvntrpe.htm




LINKS to BOOKS, SONGS, MOVIES and Such about Sexual Abuse:

(These links were mainly provided by Bonnie aka NobbyNees, and thanks Bonnie for also suggesting I post my website to other
useful help forums - she has a terrific site called "Beesart" *new* site here).

Also thanks goes to Rose, LeeAnn and especially Larry for some of the recommendations in books and such listed below
Incidentally, I'm thinking of adding poems, song lyrics, stories and possible book excerpts on my new page "More Than Words On A Page" -
if you would like to contribute to this page and it's growth, please email me at the bottom of the page.

***As well the new addition of Jia-xi's wonderful report on PTSD

 

Books about dealing with child abuse or about child abuse: The War Zone by Alexander Stuart
Turning Stones by Marc Parent
Bitterroot Landing by Sheri Reynolds

Songs dealing with the subject of abuse: Luka by Suzanne Vega
The Way I Should by Iris DeMent
Crack In The Mirror by Betty Elders
Hell is For Children by Pat Benatar
Amelia by The Mission
also, check out songs by Tori Amos and Sinead O'Connor

Movies dealing with the subject of abuse: The War Zone directed by Tim Roth
Nil By Mouth directed by Gary Oldman
Bastard Out of Carolina directed by Angelica Huston
Girl, Interrupted
*To Kill A Mockingbird (*listed in two categories)
Sleepers
A Map of the World
Flowers in the Attic
Dolores Claiborne
Of Human Bondage
A Kind of Hush
Blue Ridge Fall
The Bed You Sleep In
The Boys of St. Vincent
This Boy's Life
Sling Blade
The Cider House Rules
Nuts
Imaging Nathan
Prince of Tides
The Good Mother
there are many more found at http://www.imdb.com/ if you 
look under the search terms abuse/incest/dysfunctional families 
under PLOTS - thanks for the tip Charlotte!

Movies showing growing up as the theme (childhood): *To Kill A Mockingbird
My Life As A Dog
The Client (strong young male lead characters)
Stand By Me
Au Revoir Les Enfants
Hearts in Atlantis
Secret Garden
Angela's Ashes
Hope and Glory
Grave of the Fireflies (anime - very sad and extremely moving)
My Neighbor Totoro (anime - more lighthearted)
Billy Elliott
Pay It Forward
October Sky
A Christmas Story
Fairytale - A True Story


MenWeb - Men's Issues: Men Healing From Sexual Abuse: http://www.vix.com/menmag/sexabuse.html
Abuse Books, Sexual Abuse Books: http://www.mhsanctuary.com/books/booksabadon.htm
Surviving Sexual Abuse: http://www.geocities.com/mandy62657/
Resources for Victims of Sexual Abuse: http://www.smith-lawfirm.com/resources.html
National Centre for PTSD: http://www.ncptsd.org/facts/specific/fs_child_sexual_abuse.html
'Nebraska' by Bruce Springsteen, Tim's recommendation: http://www.1000websites.com/bruce/nebraska.html
Check out AMAZON.COM for Marc Parent's books "Turning Stones" and "Believing It All" (also Tim's recommendation),
You can also find "The War Zone" on VHS and DVD here:  http://www.amazon.com/
Good Resources - Related Links, Bibliography and Movies:http://www.timetospeak.com/resources.html
My Simon reference on BOOKS and MUSIC about Child Abuse (just put in 'child abuse' search term):
http://www.timetospeak.com/resources.html
Self-Help Books for Survivors of Sexual Abuse & Incest:  http://open-mind.org/Books/Abuse2.htm

Song from 'Nebraska'
MY FATHER'S HOUSE

Last night I dreamed that I was a child
Out where the pines grow wild and tall
I was trying to make it home through the forest
Before the darkness falls

I heard the wind rustling through the trees
And ghostly voices rose from the fields
I ran with my heart pounding down that broken path
With the devil snappin' at my heels

I broke through the trees, and there in the night
My father's house stood shining hard and bright
The branches and brambles tore my clothes and scratched my arms
But I ran till I fell, shaking in his arms

I awoke and I imagined the hard things that pulled us apart
Will never again, sir, tear us from each other's hearts
I got dressed, and to that house I did ride
From out on the road, I could see its windows shining in light

I walked up the steps and stood on the porch
A woman I didn't recognize came and spoke to me through a chained door
I told her my story, and who I'd come for
She said "I'm sorry, son, but no one by that name lives here anymore"

My father's house shines hard and bright
It stands like a beacon calling me in the night
Calling and calling, so cold and alone
Shining 'cross this dark highway where our sins lie unatoned



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