Join one of our weekly chat-based support groups, facilitated by a counselor.


If you are in immediate danger of seriously harming yourself or being harmed by someone else, we recommend calling 911 or going to the nearest hospital emergency room. If you are struggling with thoughts of suicide, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline can help at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).

Chat 1-on-1 confidentially

with a trained advocate, 24/7

Whether you’re in crisis right now, or just have some questions, our online helpline is here for you. Chat with a trained advocate for information, support, advice, or a referral.

We’ve teamed up with our partner RAINN to offer this free service for men who’ve experienced sexual abuse or assault, and for the people who care about them. The online helpline works just like instant messaging, and it’s completely anonymous — you don’t need to provide your name or any personal information to speak with a trained advocate. The online helpline can help you with the following:

  • Crisis intervention and support
  • Questions you might have about male sexual abuse or assault
  • Information about medical, emotional, and behavioral issues related to male sexual abuse or assault
  • Information about reporting, and the criminal justice system
  • Referrals to resources in your area (when available)
  • Information for partners, friends, and family members of men

Chat anonymously in a support group

Facilitated by a professional counselor

We currently offer two weekly groups for men who have experienced sexual abuse or assault, and one weekly group for partners of men. Join a community of people healing together.