Current Virtual Groups

Adult Survivors of sexual assault support group is a gender expansive, space for survivors ages 21+, facilitated by a trained professional. Register by emailing

NEW GROUP! When survivors come forward to report violence and receive medical care, the process can be complicated and traumatizing even with the most compassionate care team. 

If you would like a space to heal in community, process emotions, give/get support, and continue to cope after receiving a SART exam and/or reporting sexual violence, join us for “Surviving Systems“. 

This first-ever 6 week peer support group will start on Thursday, March 14th at 1pm. Email us at to schedule a brief phone screening.

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Past Groups

Survivors who do Sex Work is a support group facilitated by a seasoned certified sexual assault counselor with years of experience supporting people who do sex work.  This group is facilitated in English and is open to adult survivors of all genders who also earn a living voluntarily doing sex work. This is not a group for people currently or recently experiencing human trafficking.

Paso a paso: Grupo de apoyo para padres de sobrevivientes

Paso a Paso es un grupo de apoyo entre pares cofacilitado en español por dos consejeras certificados en agresión sexual con experiencia en apoyar a padres de adultos y menores sobrevivientes de violencia sexual.

Trauma 101: Information for Survivors

This skills and psychoeducation group is for people of any gender, ages 16 and up, and is facilitated in English by a mental health professional. This is not a process group and individual trauma narratives will not be discussed. We will talk about the common impacts of trauma on a person’s emotional, mental, and physical health. Each group will have a general topic and digital materials will be made available for participants.

Survivors of Campus Violence is a support group facilitated in English by a qualified sexual assault counselor. This group is open to survivors of all genders who experienced sexual violence while on a college campus.

PAVE The Way (Parenting After Violence & Exploitation) is a drop-in resource group for adult caregivers of youth who have been directly impacted by human trafficking and exploitation. It is co-facilitated in English and Spanish by experienced community-based advocates who also work with youth directly.


PAVE The Way (Paternidad después de la violencia y la explotación) es un grupo de recursos para adultos que cuidan a jóvenes que han sido afectados directamente por la trata de personas y la explotación. Está cofacilitado en inglés y español por defensores comunitarios experimentados que también trabajan directamente con los jóvenes.