Fenway Health’s Violence Recovery Program continues to support people who have experienced domestic violence, sexual assault, and anti-LGBTQIA+ discrimination. Our counselors and advocates continue to provide counseling, safety planning, and other assistance by phone and/or video call.
As COVID-19 has confined people to their homes and left many isolated from support networks, people may be more vulnerable to sexual violence and other forms of abuse. LGBTQIA+ folks often experience sexual violence at higher rates and those with other marginalized identities may be more vulnerable.
- 47% of transgender people are sexually assaulted at some point in their lifetime.
- Approximately 1 in 8 lesbian women and almost half of bisexual women experience rape in their lifetime, which does not include various other forms of sexual violence and harassment.
- Nearly half of bisexual men and four in ten gay men have experienced sexual violence other than rape in their lifetime.
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We see you. We are here to help.
Fenway’s Violence Recovery Program now operates a call center from Monday through Friday, 9 AM – 5 PM. Please give us a call at 617.927.6250.
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While we specialize in supporting LGBTQIA+ survivors, we are available to support ALL survivors.
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- Tips for When Staying Home isn’t the Safest Plan provided by the Anti-Violence Project.
- Safelink – a 24/7 statewide hotline for domestic violence survivors is now also providing support and resources for survivors of sexual assault. The toll-free number is 877.785.2020. For the hearing-impaired, the TTY number is 877.521.2601.
- Despite COVID-19 safety precautions, it is still possible to seek medical attention at an emergency room if you have been the victim of a sexual assault. SANE program nurses are available to conduct needed medical and forensic exams. It is recommended that you call the hospital ahead of time.
- Massachusetts rape crisis centers are still operating and providing mobile support.
Please reach out to us. You are not alone.
The Violence Recovery Program team