Resources for Survivors
PLEASE NOTE: The VRLC cannot conduct walk-in meetings due to the high demand for services and to protect client confidentiality and safety.
Are you a sexual assault survivor with a legal issue in Massachusetts? To speak with an attorney, please call our Boston office at (617) 399-6720 x19.
Are you a sexual assault survivor with a legal issue in Oregon? To speak with an attorney, please call our Portland office at (503) 274-5477 x6.
Live intake hours:
Mondays 11:00 am - 1:00 pm (English and Español)
Tuesdays 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm (Statewide Legal Information Line for Trans Survivors)
Wednesdays 2:00 - 4:00 pm (English and Español)
Fridays 9:00 - 11:00 am (English)
The VRLC offers free legal assistance to sexual assault survivors who have legal needs as a result of the assault in the following areas: privacy, safety, education (K-12 and college), employment, immigration, housing, LGBTQ-specific issues, criminal justice advocacy, and financial stability. Our legal services are available to sexual assault survivors of all sexual orientations and gender identities.
Please review each legal expertise area for more information and resources.
Are you a K-12 survivor, or a caretaker of a young survivor?
The VRLC's K-12 Guide and Resource Bank may be helpful resources for you. If you are located in Massachusetts or Oregon, please call our intake line at the number above.
Are you a survivor considering speaking with the media?
Speaking about your experience of sexual violence can be empowering. If you are considering speaking to the media, please consider your privacy. Click here for CounterQuo's "Your Voice, Your Choice: A Survivor Media Guide."
*Please Note: names and photos have been changed to protect the anonymity of our clients.