We understand that individuals with marginalized identities (ALANAM people, LGBTQIA people, disabled people, etc.) may face additional barriers when accessing resources after instances of interpersonal and sexual violence. Racism, homophobia/transphobia, ableism, and other forms of oppression have often unfortunately often existed in institutions that are meant to support survivors.

We on the confidential advocacy staff at Elon are committed to providing culturally humble and anti-oppression services to all survivors at Elon. However, we also recognize that some survivors may feel more comfortable accessing an identity or community specific resource, and therefore have gathered some here for your use.

We know that not all identities are represented here, and that some communities have 24-7 crisis lines while others do not. This is unfortunately reflective of what resources are available, but we are always open to additions to this list and will continue to add as we are made aware of other resources. Feel free to reach out to akrauss3@elon.edu if you have any further questions or concerns.

ALANAM Survivors

Kiran – Kiran serves South Asian survivors of relationship violence in North Carolina. Their 24-hour crisis line can be reached at 1-877-625-4726.

StrongHearts Native Helpline – StrongHearts serves indigenous survivors of relationship violence. They can be reached at 1-844-762-8483 or through using the chat feature on their website.

Call Blackline – A peer support based crisis hotline centering the experiences of ALANAM individuals, and responds to a wide variety of concerns. They can be reached at 1-800-604-5841.

Ujima: The National Center for Violence Against Women in the Black Community –  Ujima is in the process of developing a culturally-specific services resource directory, which identifies organizations across the country that provide unique services tailored to survivors of violence across the African diaspora. While the resource directory is being finalized, contact Ujima at 1-844-77-UJIMA for information on resources currently available.

Therapy for Black Girls – Therapy and mental wellness resources for Black women.

Latinx Therapy – Therapy and mental wellness resources for Latinx people.

Self-help resources for ALANAM survivors – Self-help resources for ALANAM survivors as compiled by Modesto Junior College.

Disabled Survivors

National Deaf Domestic Violence Hotline – Can be reached 24/7 in a variety of ways, including email, video calls, and voice calls. If using a voice call, an interpreter will be assigned for the duration of the call.

LGBTQIA Survivors

LGBTQ Center of Durham – Offers support for LGBTQIA survivors in the Triangle area, such as advocacy, support groups, and resource navigation.

Trans Lifeline – Offers 24-7 peer support for trans and nonbinary individuals. They can be reached at 877-565-8860.

The Network/La Red – 24-7 hotline for LGBTQIA survivors of relationship violence, which can be accessed at 800-832-1901.

FORGE – Offers self-help guides for trans survivors of interpersonal and sexual violence.

Undocumented Survivors

Women’s Law: Immigration Resources – Offers an explanation of relevant laws and visas for undocumented survivors of interpersonal and sexual violence, and a directory of lawyers familiar with these laws.

Muslim Survivors

Amala warmline – Offers call and text in options during limited weekly hours for Muslim young people needing support with a variety of concerns.