Support

Thank you for courageously submitting your experience. We want to communicate that your sharing will help many others come forward and share their experiences and help people understand that this is a universal experience. We understand that for many of you, this might have been a very difficult experience. Sharing your experience or reading the experiences here might have brought up feelings you didn't know you had or you have never shared with anyone else.

Please know that there are avenues for seeking support and in case you feel like sharing your feelings further, please do so with someone trusted or seek help from a trained counsellor, therapist or mental health professional.

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Below is a list of organisations and helplines that offer support. This list of organisations is continuously being added to. If you know of any organisations that will support or help those who seek it, please write to info@howrevealing.com and howrevealing@gmail.com and we will add it here. Please note that these are not recommendations and we suggest that you seek support from organizations yourself.

Helplines: details available on the National Commission for Women website. Please see http://ncw.nic.in/frmhelpline.aspx

The Quint #whywomedontreport campaign
https://www.thequint.com/topic/why%20women%20don't%20report

Sumaitri Crisis Intervention Centre (Delhi) - http://sumaitri.net/about/
Ph: 011-23389090 (Mon-Fri 2PM to 10PM and Sat-Sun 10AM to 10PM)
Email: feelingsuicidal@sumaitri.net

Aasra - Helping People in Despair (Navi Mumbai) - 24 hr helpline & Crisis Intervention Centre for the lonely, distressed and suicidal http://www.aasra.info/
24/7 Helpline - +91-22- 27546669
Email: aasrahelpline@yahoo.com

RAHI Foundation (Delhi) - for Adult Women survivors of Incest and Child Sexual Abuse: http://www.rahifoundation.org/
B-200 Chittaranjan Park,
Second Floor, New Delhi - 110091
Ph: 011 41607055
Email: info@rahifoundation.org

Arpan - Towards freedom from Child Sexual Abuse (Mumbai)
http://arpan.org.in/
Counselling support for parents whose child has gone through CSA call - +91.98190.86444
Ph: 022 2686 2444 / 2686 8444
Email: info@arpan.org.in

Aparajita, one-stop rape crisis centre, Jaipur
Address: Jaipuria Hospital (Rukmani Devi Beni Parsad Jaipuria Hospital ), JLN Marg, Milap Nagar, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302018.
Ph: 0141-2553763/2553764
Email: aparajitaweraj@gmail.com

Sangama - A Resource Centre for Sexuality (Bangalore)
Focuses on the rights of sexual minorities
Email: sangama@sangama.org

Tulir - Centre for the Prevention & Healing of Child Sexual Abuse (Chennai): http://www.tulir.org/
Ph: +91-44-43235867
Email: tulircphcsa@yahoo.co.in

Vimochana Helpline - Crisis Intervention Centre (Bangalore): http://www.vimochana.net.in
The Coordinator
Ph: +91-80-25492781 / 25494266
Email: angala1@vsnl.net

Viveka Centre for Emotional Support (Bangalore): http://www.vivekatrust.org/
Ph: +91-80-6533 0387
Email: support@vivekatrust.org
Open Monday to Thursday, between 5.30 pm and 7.30 pm and Saturdays from 10.30 am to 12.30 pm.
(No prior appointment is necessary)

The Gender-based Violence Help Map - The Red Elephant Foundation
https://gbvhelpmap.crowdmap.com/
The GBV Help Map comprises verified listings across the world of providers of legal, medical, education / employment and emergency services, along with police, ambulance, consular and refugee-specific helplines for survivors of gender-based violence world over.

Safecity - Pin the creeps
http://safecity.in/
Report your story of sexual harassment or sexual abuse in public spaces in India at http://maps.safecity.in/