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Latest News| Dec 4, 2017

#2017 in Review: RAINN Supports Record Numbers

With the renewed focus on sexual violence in the news, a record number of survivors turned to RAINN for help. In November alone, RAINN saw a 26 percent increase in hotline traffic, with our victim service programs helping an average of 673 survivors each day. Helping survivors is a year-round effort.

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Dec 06, 2017

Massage Envy Hires RAINN to Conduct End-to-End Review of Client Safety Practices

RAINN has been retained by Massage Envy, the largest massage franchise with more than 1,100 franchises in 49 states, to conduct a comprehensive assessment of the company’s policies and programs related to client safety.

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Dec 01, 2017

How Can I Make A Difference?

There are many ways you can make a difference to survivors and help prevent sexual violence and assault. You can donate or volunteer at organizations that support survivors or can provide direct support by listening to and believing survivors. You can also make sure you step in when you see injustice happening.

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Nov 06, 2017

Record Numbers Speak Out, Contact RAINN Hotline

Over the past few weeks there has been an outpouring of sexual assault and harassment allegations not only in Hollywood, but across the nation. The brave survivors who have told their stories through the media and the #metoo campaign have elevated a pivotal public discussion about sexual violence—an issue that affects an American every 98 seconds.

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Latest News | July 14, 2015
RAINN Partners with Teen Drama East Los High

Third season now streaming on Hulu Plus

Latest News | June 18, 2015
Survivor Spotlight: LGBTQ Awareness

KiloMarie shares how she was inspired to help others within her own community.

Latest News | June 18, 2015
Senate Budget Writers Renew Call to Action on Rape Kit Backlog

Senate Appropriations Committee earmarks $166 million to address rape kit backlog.

Latest News | June 12, 2015
As Seen on Dateline: Talking to Your Kids about Sexual Assault

Sexual assault can be a difficult subject to talk about, especially between parents and their kids. The good news is that conversations about sexual assault can be a part of the safety conversations you’re already having.

Latest News | June 11, 2015
Jacqueline’s Story, as Seen on Dateline’s “My Kid Would Never Do That”

Survivor Jacqueline talks with teens on NBC's Dateline segment about the importance of open dialogue and support when discussing sexual assault with teens. Read her story here, and learn how you can begin the conversation with your kids.

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