Thursday, December 3 Noon – 1:00 pm
We invite you to join Resilience Board member Dr. Crystal Clark for a discussion on mental health, wellness, and learning to be resilient in our current environment in the first of our brand new virtual Resilience Speaker Series events.
Giving Tuesday is on December 1, 2020, and we are excited to take part! To learn more about how you can support Resilience this Giving Tuesday and during our Annual Giving Campaign, please click the button below.
Resilience currently has openings for Marketing and Communications Manager, Director of Education and Training, Volunteer Advocacy Coordinator, Trauma Therapy Supervisor, and Supervisor of Advocacy Services.
Even amid increased efforts to prevent further spread of COVID-19, we continue to be available to survivors. Please call us at 312-443-9603 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will follow up with you in 1 to 3 business days.
We can help you with questions about seeking medical treatment in the ER after a sexual assault, filing an emergency order of protection, making a police report, seeking ongoing medical treatment, and understanding all of your rights and options. All of our services are free and confidential.
As an organization dedicated to the healing of survivors and their loved ones, we are prioritizing the health and safety of everyone in our community as we make decisions about how to best proceed with our programs and events. We are continuing to monitor the spread of COVID-19, and we are checking for new information and guidance from the Centers for Disease Control, City of Chicago, and State of Illinois on a daily basis.
Need Immediate Help?
Chicago Rape Crisis Hotline: 1-888-293-2080
RAINN Hotline: 1-800-656-HOPE
Programs & Services
Regardless of when and where a survivor’s journey begins—in the ER following an assault, or through a phone call for help to make sense of something that happened 20 years ago—Resilience is here every step of the way.
What you need to know
Come together with other advocates and survivors working to end sexual violence. From galas to demonstrations, show your support by attending a Resilience event.
Myths & Facts
Did you know that a great deal of harm is done, often unintentionally, to survivors because the people around them believe the myths that surround rape and sexual violence?
Professional Training Resources
Research shows providers’ responses can be critical in shaping the course of healing for survivors. Resilience provides resources and tools to professionals to improve the care of sexual assault survivors.
Resilience is an Illinois not-for-profit organization made up of many individuals with two primary goals: to assure that survivors of sexual assault are treated
with dignity and compassion; and to effect changes in the way the legal system, medical institutions and society as a whole respond to survivors.