RAINN is the nation’s largest anti-sexual violence organization, and because sexual
violence is often perpetrated by someone a survivor knows, a large portion of the
population RAINN serves are those affected by domestic violence (also known as
intimate partner violence).
RAINN provides advice, support, tools, information, and resources about sexual and domestic violence and related issues (such as warning signs, boundaries, healthy relationships, and consent) through its website, work on college campuses, and its Speakers Bureau program, which consists of 3,500 survivors across the country who volunteer to raise awareness and share their stories with their local communities. People who are being affected by sexual or domestic violence can get help through the National Sexual Assault Hotline, which is completely anonymous, confidential, and available 24/7 by phone (800.656.HOPE) or online chat (online.rainn.org) in English and Spanish (rainn.org/es).