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Latest News| Feb 15, 2024

Embracing Strength and Hope: A Love Letter to Military Survivors

In "Embracing Strength and Hope: A Love Letter to Military Survivors," RAINN celebrates the resilience of military survivors and highlights the Department of Defense Safe Helpline as a steadfast ally, offering 24/7, anonymous support, worldwide. The team at Safe Helpline sends a message of love, solidarity, and a commitment to providing essential resources for military survivors’ unique healing journey.

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Latest News | January 09, 2023
Apóyate en mí (Lean On Me) Available in Spanish

RAINN is committed to providing parents/caregivers and their loved ones with the support, love, and attention they deserve. We want them to know that RAINN is here for them and that this is a safe space for them.

Latest News | January 09, 2023
RAINN is Confidential for All

RAINN is the nation's largest anti-sexual violence organization and is confidential in its work for survivors. RAINN created and operates the National Sexual Assault Hotline in partnership with more than 1,000 local sexual assault service providers across the country. The National Sexual Assault...

Latest News | January 09, 2023
RAINN Celebrates Speakers Bureau Members in Lean On Me

RAINN would like to take a moment to celebrate Jann Simmons, L’Tomay Douglas, Jerome Whitehead, all members of RAINN’s Speakers Bureau who have participated in the creation of Lean On Me: A Caregiver’s Guide to Safeguarding Children and Supporting Healing from Sexual Abuse.

Latest News | January 09, 2023
Healing from Sexual Abuse by a Family Member

Healing looks different for survivors of sexual abuse by a family members. Everyone starts their journey in their own way and it’s important to remember to do everything on your own terms, in your own time, and in a way that feels right for you.

Latest News | December 20, 2022
RAINN Statement on Latest Verdict on Harvey Weinstein’s Sexual Crimes

Washington, D.C. - RAINN released the following statement after the jury in a Los Angeles court delivered a mixed verdict for former Hollywood film producer Harvey Weinstein. Jurors found him guilty of raping one woman but either found him not guilty or could not decide on other charges.

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