Organizations where you can go to get help, information and support.
This state-wide non-profit, partner to MaineCanDo, works toward ending all forms of sexual violence, including sexual harassment, by: initiating and advocating for victim-centered public policy; providing expert training, technical assistance, and resources for providers and partners; funding sexual assault service providers; and informing conversations about sexual violence.
Their affiliated sexual assault support centers provide support for victims of sexual harassment and do workplace sexual harassment training within their communities.
Pine Tree Legal Assistance is committed to making the justice system more accessible for all Mainers, regardless of income, using three effective strategies;
The mission of Immigrant Resource Center Of Maine (formerly known as United Somali Women of Maine) is to support refugee and immigrant communities by offering culturally and linguistically sensitive services to promote a healthy and equitable Maine.
IRCM supports immigrant and refugee victims of sexual harassment, sexual violence, domestic violence, and stalking.
The Wabanaki Women’s Coalition’s mission is to increase the capacity of tribal communities to respond to domestic and sexual violence, and influence tribal, national, and regional systems to increase awareness, safety, justice, and healing for all our relations. They are the member organization for Maine's tribal service providers .
The Time's Up site has a great resources section that;
In 2006, Tarana Burke founded the me too. movement to help survivors of sexual violence, particularly young women of color from low wealth communities, find pathways to healing. Using the idea of “empowerment through empathy,” the me too. movement was ultimately created to ensure survivors know they're not alone in their journey. Click the logo for more information.