We are always striving to provide better, more culturally relevant and accessible services for survivors who self-identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer.
The Alliance and CT Department of Public Health created public service announcements that encourage men to speak up and intervene when they witness sexual violence.
Our advocates provide free and confidential support to survivors regardless of age, immigration status, race, ethnicity, nationality, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or religious or spiritual beliefs.
A statewide plan has been created for sexual assault prevention and awareness in Connecticut schools. Our member centers are here to help.
La Alianza Connecticut para Acabar con la Violencia Sexual es un servicio para víctimas de asalto sexual en Connecticut. Nosotros te podemos ayudar si necesitas ayuda.
All services are free and confidential.
Statewide 24/7 Toll-Free Hotlines:
Find a member sexual assault crisis program
Sexual assault is not just a women’s issue. Men need to be actively engaged in the movement and address cultural norms that support sexual violence.
You can participate in the legislative process by contacting your elected officials and talking about the importance of sexual assault victim services.
You have the ability to help and support your loved one in their journey to healing. They do not have to go through this difficult time alone.