Sexual Abuse Resources

A trusted friend compiled our original list of resources for victims of sexual abuse. We add to the list as we learn of new ones. Please contact us if you know of others that can be helpful.

Male Resources
“We help men who have had unwanted or abusive sexual experiences in childhood live healthier, happier lives.”

Resources for Men and Women
New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault Recommended websites (Also lots of other content on the site)
The nation’s largest anti-sexual violence organization.
Recovery resource for adult survivors of child sex abuse.
Adult Survivors of Child Abuse, Norma J. Morris Center

Faith-Based Resources
For Jewish survivors of sex crimes, by offering a clearinghouse of information, resources, support and advocacy.
GRACE is a non-profit organization made up of highly trained and experienced multi-disciplinary professionals who seek to educate and empower the Christian community to identify, confront and respond to child abuse.
FaithTrust Institute is a national, multifaith, multicultural training and education organization with global reach working to end sexual and domestic violence. Includes Muslim resources.
Jewish Survivors of Sexual Violence Speak Out

Prevention Resources
D2L (Darkness to Light)
Resources for parents and organizations to prevent child sexual abuse

S.E.S.A.M.E. (Stop Educator Sexual Abuse, Misconduct, and Exploitation)

Related to Abuse at Horace Mann
Website for the HM Alumni group, Processing Horace Mann

FaceBook Groups

Processing HM FaceBook Group
Private FaceBook group for HM alumni to ‘process’ the revelation of sexual abuse at Horace Mann…. As a private FaceBook group, members are screened.  Use this link to request membership or email for assistance.

HM Discussion FaceBook Group
HM Discussion differs from Processing HM in that its guidelines are geared to creating a ‘safe’ environment for those who have suffered childhood sexual abuse. While not all group members are abuse survivors, the group is moderated and discussion focuses on ‘healing’.  HM Discussion members are primarily alumni, but also include loved ones & those who have expertise/experiences helpful to survivors.  To join, request membership at HM Discussion Group or email for assistance.

We are also compiling a list of general information about sexual abuse that may be helpful.