Male Sex Abuse Survivor Websites
Male Survivor web sites
Here is an excellent list of organizations that comes from MaleSurvivor.org, a group committed to preventing, healing, and eliminating all forms of sexual victimization of boys and men through support, treatment, research, education, advocacy, and activism.
1in6 – offers a wealth of information and resources on its website, including an online helpline and a lending library, for men who have experienced unwanted or abusive childhood sexual experiences and those who care about them. Their site is for men at various stages of seeking information and help, including those who don’t see themselves as “survivors” or their experiences as “abuse.” 1in6 also provides trainings for therapists and other professionals.
The Gatehouse is a community-based agency in the west end of Toronto which offers a wide range of services for victims of child abuse and their families — notably peer-facilitated support groups for men sexually abused as boys.
Gay Men’s Domestic Violence Project – 1 in 4 Gay Men Experience Domestic Violence. Gay Men’s Domestic Violence Project is a grassroots, non-profit organization founded by a gay male survivor of domestic violence and developed through the strength, contributions and participation of the community. Gay Men’s Domestic Violence Project supports victims and survivors through education, advocacy and direct services.
John Howard Society – Supporting Adult Men – Male Adult Survivors of Abuse, Substance Abuse, Harm Reduction, Domestic Violence and Anger Management.
Male Survivors of Sexual Assault – Sessions are free and confidential at the Sexual Assault Crisis Center, 1 Dock St., Suite 320, Stamford, Conn.
Call 203-348-9346 or 24-hour hotline, 203-329-2929
Male Survivors Sexual Abuse & Male Rape Survivors Support
Men Thriving – a member’s only bulletin board for those over 21 years old – requires registration and adherence to strict rules of conduct – connect and share with other males survivors of child abuse
The Men’s Project, based in Ottawa ON, offers a wide range of individual and group services for men, including men who’ve been sexually abused. www.themensproject.ca
The Silence to Hope Project – focus on assisting male sexual abuse survivors who have been sexually victimized by representative of the Catholic Church in this part of South Western Ontario
The Victims Resource Center provides a wide range of services to men, women and children who are victims of crime. These services include a 24-hour hotline, support groups, counseling and advocacy for victims. VRC also provides numerous educational programs for students of all ages, professionals and community groups. The Victims Resource Center is private, confidential and it’s services are free. If you or someone you know is a victim of crime, VRC can help. We guide clients toward the path of healing.