How to Support a Loved One

When someone discloses SA or CSA to you, it can be difficult to know what to do. We all want to help but don’t always have the tools we need to do so. This resource from RAINN can give you the tools you need so that you’re able to support victim-survivors.

If you or someone you know experienced sexual assault or child sexual abuse, help is available.

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