Are you looking for more general information about sexuality and health?

Scarleteen is an independent, grassroots sexuality and relationships education and support organization and website:

To understand what abuse and assault are, look here: Blinders Off: Getting a Good Look at Abuse and Assault

For help getting out of danger, look here: The Scarleteen Safety Plan

To  better understand consent, look here: Driver’s Ed for the Sexual Superhighway: Navigating Consent

To learn how to advocate for yourself, look here: Be Your Own Superhero: Learning How and When to Stand Up for Ourselves

For self-care tips, look here: Self-Care a La Carte

Are you a man looking to get more involved in preventing violence against women?

Find for a local Men Of Strength (MOST) club, for mobilizing young men to prevent sexual and dating violence: Men Can Stop Rape

For violence prevention education and training, and promotion of healthy manhood, look here: A Call to Men

For models of ways to take action in your community, look here: He For She

For ways to take action, and additional resources, look here: MenChallenging

Take a pledge, and explore tools for sparking conversations in your community: It’s On Us

To learn more about healthy masculinity, and promote gender equality globally and domestically, look here: ProMundo US

To connect with other men who are challenging the social norms that support male violence against women and girls, look here: Men Stopping Violence

Do you want to get involved and be an activist? Join some of our national partners:

For parents and survivors: I Have a Right To

For survivors in higher-ed seeking support: End Rape on Campus

Know Your IX

For safer athletic communities: #SetThe

For middle and high school students, created by high-school sexual assault survivors: SafeBAE

For parents and allies to combat sexual harrassment and violence in schools: Stop Sexual Assault In Schools

Get savvy on your mobile device:
Additional Resources for Survivors:


For 24/7 support for survivors and their loved ones: RAINN’s National Sexual Assault Hotline

The Mount Sinai Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention Program (SAVI)

Support for LGBTQ folk: Anti Violence Project (AVP)

Support for Black Women: Black Women’s Blueprint

Support for Male Survivors: 1 in 6