Having trouble with the website? Did we say something wrong? Is there something you’d like to see? In any case, please feel free to reach out! We want to make sure that your needs are met, and are constantly looking for ways to grow and better this experience. Just no harassment please.
ONE MORE THING TO NOTE
Both of our founders are certified rape crisis counselors with San Francisco Women Against Rape (SFWAR). That’s where we met! However, by law, we are unable to provide rape crisis services outside of our duties with SFWAR. Please do not come to either of us for counseling or crisis support, as we would be unable to protect your confidentiality and could get our organization into trouble.
If you are looking for support, we have a number of services on this site, that can work with you directly. Please check out our Support System or call RAINN‘s national crisis hotline at 800-656-HOPE (4673). If you’re not sure what you’re looking for yet, there are some informational resources in our blog.
WANT TO JOIN OUR TEAM?
Are you a survivor ready to take a stand against sexual assault?
Do you enjoy the challenge of working with a small team tacking big goals?
Do the mission and values of Survivor Alliance align with your own?
If so, you’re the type of person we’d like to have on our team. We’re not currently accepting applications for any openings in particular, but we hope this will change as things grow. If you’d like to contribute your special skills to the cause, let us know by sending a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. When positions do open up and/or we feel like we just have to have you, we’ll be sure to reach out.
That being said, we always welcome survivors to share their skills with our community. If you’d like to volunteer to lead/support a workshop or event, we would love to collaborate with you! Reach out to us at email@example.com with a quick overview of the ways you’d like to help out and we’ll get back to you promptly. Thanks for your support!
Survivors or applicants from other marginally oppressed groups are especially encouraged to apply. We can’t wait to add to our team and spread this work further.