Documentation is one step in your longer journey to healing, whatever that may look like for you. That's why we've curated this short list of additional resources to support you along your way.
Facing sexual violence? Get immediate support
Call 800.656.HOPE (4673), and you’ll be routed to a the nearist sexual assault service provider.
How U.S. defines “workplace harassment”
“Harassment is unwelcome conduct that is based on race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, age (40 or older), disability or genetic information.”
Legal rights per U.S. state
The deadline (also known as the “statute of limitation”) for reporting harassment varies state to state.
Cost effective legal support
TIME’S UP Now is an independent, nonpartisan organization with a mission to ensure every person is safe on the job and has equal opportunity for economic success and security. They provide reduced-cost and pro bono legal counsel to qualifying individuals.
Chat with someone
Empower Work is a nonprofit that provides free and confidential support to anyone facing a tough issue at work, via SMS or text message.
Text 510-674-1414 to connect with a trained peer counselor every weekday from 8am-8pm PT, or visit empowerwork.org.
Commit to self-care
Emotional exhaustion and trauma spurred by workplace harassment can take its toll, and we want to help take care of you.