Male Survivors

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Male Survivors

Counseling

Provident St. Louis

  • Website: Provident STL

  • Crisis Line (24/7): 314-647-4357

  • Business Line: 314-533-8200

  • Location: 2650 Olive Blvd

  • Provident STL offers individual and group therapy, provides assistance to people who have experienced sexual assault and abuse, hosts programs for male survivors and male partners of survivors, and offers batterer intervention programs.

YWCA Women’s Resource Center (St. Louis Regional Sexual Assault Center)

  • WebsiteWomen’s Resource Center

  • Crisis Line (24/7): 314-531-7273

  • Business Line: 314-726-6665

  • Location: 3820 West Pine Blvd.

  • The YWCA offers individual counseling for male survivors. It also coordinates SART response at the hospital.

The National Domestic Violence Hotline

  • Website: National Domestic Violence Hotline

  • Crisis Line (24/7): 800-799-7233

  • Online chat available M-F 9am to 7 pm

  • This resource provides a hotline and online chat that offers counseling, information, crisis intervention, and safety planning.

1 in 6: Childhood Sexual Abuse Support for Men

  • Website: 1in6.org (24/7 crisis chat available)

  • 1 in 6 offers resources and an online anonymous chat helpline for males/ men who are survivors of childhood sexual abuse. 1 in 6 offers anonymous support groups online as well.

Student Health Services

  • Website:  Student Health Services

  • Number: 314-935-6666

  • Student Health Services provides counseling for survivors of all genders and identities. For more information on making an appointment at SHS, please visit Wash U Campus Resources.

Kim Webb

  • Email: kim_webb@wustl.edu

  • Office number: 314-935-8761 

  • Kim can be contacted through SARAH (314-935-8080) or WUPD (315-935-5555) in emergencies (when she is not in her office).

  • Kim Webb is the director of the Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Center (RSVP Center). She is a confidential resource who provides counseling and referrals for students who have been involved in situations regarding sexual assault, rape, stalking, interpersonal violence, and related topics. Please see Wash U Campus Resources for more information.

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