WE'RE ALL-IN

TO GET SEXUAL VIOLENCE

ALL OUT.

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CONNECTICUT
IS ALL-IN TO OUT
SEXUAL VIOLENCE

It’s time to get the problem of sexual violence out of the shadows and into the open. We are the CT Alliance to End Sexual Violence and we're rallying all of Connecticut to be ALL-IN, to OUT sexual violence in our local communities. We're here 24/7/365 at 1-888-999-5545 to help each and every victim of sexual violence.

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What is Sexual Violence? Good question, here are the answers. Because the more we all understand what it is, the quicker we can all get rid of it.

  • Sexual harassment
  • Unwanted sexual contact/touching
  • Child sexual assault
  • Sexual exploitation
  • Sexual assault or rape
  • Exposing one’s genitals or naked body to other(s) without consent
  • Masturbating in public
  • Intimate partner sexual assault
  • Watching or capturing an image of someone in a private act without their knowledge or permission
Sexual violence affects people of all genders, ages, races, religions, incomes, abilities, professions, ethnicities, and sexual orientations. And those who sexually abuse can be acquaintances, family members, trusted individuals or strangers. 

If you or someone you know has experienced sexual violence, you are not alone.

The problem of sexual violence is real and the facts are unsettling. The CDC reports that more than one-third of women have experienced contact sexual violence. One in six men will experience some form of sexual assault in their lifetime. And nearly one in five girls and one in fourteen boys has been a victim of sexual abuse in Connecticut. So chances are you know someone who has been sexually assaulted.

The CT Alliance to End Sexual Violence and our statewide network of nine trusted community-based member centers are here to assist victims with a diverse array of free and confidential support services. While also taking action to impact legislative policy changes to help reduce and prevent sexual violence long-term.

BE ALL-IN, REACH OUT.

Sexual Violence. We’ve got your number.

If you have been a victim of sexual violence or have questions, call our statewide 24/7 toll-free hotlines to speak with a certified sexual assault crisis counselor:

1-888-999-5545 (English) 1-888-568-8332  (Español)

Connecticut Alliance to End Sexual Violence
96 Pitkin Street, East Hartford, CT 06108
860-282-9881  |  860-291-9335 (fax)

www.endsexualviolencect.org

HOW WE CAN ALL BE ALL-IN.

The threat of sexual violence affects every one of us–every adult and child regardless of gender and sexual orientation. That’s why you, and all of us, need to participate and be ALL IN to OUT sexual violence in Connecticut.

12 ways to go ALL-IN:

  • Share our 24/7 free and confidential hotlines with the people in your life.
  • Follow us and share our websiteFacebookInstagram and Twitter to learn more about services and to share and receive updates.
  • Reach out to survivors and check in and offer your unconditional support
  • Take the opportunity to teach your children about consent. Some easy tips for any age can be found here.
  • Become a critical consumer of media while you’re getting in extra screen time. The next time you see sexism, racism, homophobia, ableism or any of the other bias that allow sexual violence to thrive in our society, stop and have a conversation about it.
  • Commit yourself to helping to prevent sexual violence. As we witness global community-based prevention efforts in response to a pandemic, get inspired by the possibilities of preventing sexual violence through shared responsibility and community accountability.
  • Engage in conversations about the harm that sexual violence causes with people you know.
  • Speak up if you hear someone make a joke about sexual violence or make a comment that blames a victim for their experience of sexual violence.
  • Intervene in a safe way if you see questionable or problematic behavior. Find Bystander Intervention tips here.
  • Participate in a training about preventing sexual violence. Visit https://endsexualviolencect.org/coming-up/ to view upcoming trainings
  • Volunteer for an anti-sexual violence organization or sexual assault crisis services center. Scroll down to find your nearest member center and contact for volunteer opportunities.
  • Donate funds. Individual and organizational donations are used to support sexual assault victims and their loved ones across Connecticut through victim services, community education, and public policy advocacy. The Connecticut Alliance to End Sexual Violence is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization so all donations are fully tax-deductible.

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“I am ALL IN to OUT sexual violence. I want to be part of the solution and I pledge to actively engage in at least one of these twelve ways to end sexual violence.”

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    THE ALL-IN NETWORK.

    Our nine member centers provide 24/7, 365 days/year crisis counseling and hotline services with certified sexual assault victim advocates. They can provide you with information and resources, give you referrals to other social and legal services if needed, and discuss your options for counseling and support groups. All direct services are free and confidential. These services are available to all survivors in Connecticut—regardless of age, sex, immigration status, race, ethnicity, nationality, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or religious or spiritual beliefs.

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    Hotline: 860-329-2929
    1111 Summer Street, Suite 202
    Stamford, CT 06901
    Office: 203-348-9346

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    Safe Haven of Greater Waterbury

    Hotline: 203-753-3613
    29 Central Avenue, P.O. Box 1503
    Waterbury, CT 06721
    Office: 203-575-0388

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    Women's Center of Greater Danbury

    Hotline: 203-731-5204 2 West Street, Danbury,
    CT 06810
    Office: 203-731-5200
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    Rape Crisis Center of Milford

    Hotline: 203-878-1212
    70 West River Street, Milford, CT 06460
    Office: 203-874-8712

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    Susan B. Anthony Project

    Hotline: 860-482-7133
    179 Water Street, Torrington, CT 06790
    Office: 860-489-3798

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    The Center for Family Justice

    Hotline: 203-333-2233 753 Fairfield Avenue, Bridgeport, CT 06604.
    Office: 203-334-6154                                
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    Women and Families Center

    Hotline: 203-235-4444
    Meriden Office: 203-235-9297
    169 Colony Street, Meriden, CT 06451

    Middletown Office: 860-344-1474
    100 Riverview Center, Suite 274, Middletown, CT 06457

    New Haven Office: 860-344-1474
    1440 Whalley Avenue, New Haven, CT 06515

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    Sexual Assault Crisis Center of Eastern Connecticut

    Hotline: 860-456-2789 Willimantic Office: 860-456-3595 P.O. Box 24, 90 South Park Street, Willimantic, CT 06226

    Hotline: 860-437-7766 New London Office: 860-442-0604 78 Howard Street, 2nd Floor, New London, CT 06320


     
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    YWCA New Britain, Sexual Assault Crisis Service

    Hotline: 860-223-1787
    New Britain Office: 860-225-4681
    19 Franklin Square, New Britain, CT 06051

    Hotline: 860-547-1022
    75 Charter Oak Avenue, Hartford, CT 06106

     

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