Resources. Links. Support

Although the founders of Me Too Teen Project are located in Colorado, we intend for this to be a national and international resource for teens. We will be updating this page to include information for various state & national organizations. Please feel free to email us at: with any suggestion of your state's organizations or national resources!


National Resources:


RAINN is a National Hotline where you can call and report sexual harassment & assault. It is the nation’s largest anti-sexual violence organization. It is free & confidential and a great resource for survivors. They have trained specialists available 24hrs a day. You can click the link below to be directed to their website where you can chat online and get more information & help. Or Call  1-800-656-HOPE.



BLOOM265’s mission is to organization is to end teen dating abuse before it starts and we utilize a 3-Step "Bloom it Up" model to change culture, uproot abuse, and cultivate kindness around this issue. Unfortunately, we know that 1/3 teens will experience teen dating abuse, whether that is physically, emotionally or verbally before they turn 18.


Safe2Tell is a confidential resource where you can call and make a report of sexual abuse, assault or other forms of violence, harassment, bullying and anything that puts you or someone else at risk. On their website you can submit anonymous tips and access many more resources. You can call them at: 1-877-542-7233 or click link below to make a report or tip online anonymously.

Safe 2 Tell

Map Your Voice

Map Your Voice is a site that allows survivors of sexual assault to safely and anonymously report their assault, as well as receive resources and support. Each survivor "maps" their assault on our platform's map, which helps them find local resources, near the assault, and also helps collect important public health data.


To deliver a flawlessly executed event geared toward raising awareness about sexual injustice, domestic violence and gender inequality. The Amber Rose SlutWalk aims to impact and uplift, while shifting the paradigm of rape culture. The event provides a safe, all-inclusive space to entertain, educate, and empower.

Break The Cycle

Break the Cycle inspires and supports young people, ages, 12 - 24 to build healthy relationships and create a culture without abuse. With a culturally affirming organization that centers young people, caring adults, and communities in our prevention and intervention efforts. The dynamic and diverse team believes that all young people deserve to live in a world where they can thrive.

Colorado Resources:

Moving to End Sexual Assault

(MESA) has served the community since 1972 as the only rape crisis center serving Boulder and Broomfield Counties, Colorado. MESA provides a 24-hour hotline for survivors of sexual assault and their loved ones, in person response to hospitals and police departments, bi-lingual victim advocacy and case management, support groups and prevention education.

24-hr Crisis Hotline: 303-443-7300


Office: 303-443-0400

Colorado Crisis Services

"WHEN YOU DON’T KNOW WHERE TO START, START HERE." Colorado Crisis Services can be reached by phone, text or online chat. Confidential.

1-844-493-8255 or Text “TALK” to 38255


Queer Asterisk is a team of queer and transgender identified therapists and educators and we provide many healing and celebration centered community groups and events in addition to therapy for queer and trans folks of all ages.

office:   720-507-6161

instagram: @queerasterisk 

2027 Broadway Suite E
Boulder, CO 80302

1155 Sherman St. #311
Denver, CO 80203

Delaware Resources:

YWCA Delaware Sexual Assault Response Center

YWCA is the Sexual Assault Response Center as a program of YWCA Delaware. Providing a 24/7 crisis helpline as well as 24/7 police, court, and hospital accompaniments. Also offering counseling, case management, aftercare services, community outreach, training, and prevention education. All services are 100% free, for as long as the survivor needs, and are open to anyone including secondary survivors.

Food For Thought:

This episode of Grays Anatomy, episode 19 should be watched:

“It’s not normal for men to commit sexual violence. It is normal for women to experience it.”

This attitude also demonstrates a complete lack of understanding of what constitutes sexual violence, and a willingness to believe that it’s standard behavior among rowdy young men. In reality, it is not typical behavior: though far too many women experience sexual violence, most men are not sexual criminals.

“Pain of Male Victims”

A article about men victims of sexual assault, and how they are being to be taken more seriously due to science.

 If you have a suggestion of an organization that can support teens who are experiencing or who have experienced sexual harassment or abuse, feel free to suggest them to us by email .



Its hard, but it is ok to say NO. Its ok to leave.