Crisis Resources & Support
The National Domestic Violence Hotline
Call 1−800−799−7233 (or TTY 1−800−787−3224). It's free, confidential and available 24/7.
Highly trained advocates provide support, information, planning, and crisis intervention in 170 languages to hundreds of thousands of domestic violence victims.
The National Domestic Violence Hotline is a 24-hour, confidential, toll-free hotline created through the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) in the United States. Hotline staff will begin each call asking if the call is a 911-emergency. If it is an emergency, the operator will immediately connect the caller to a service provider in his or her area. If the call is deemed a non-emergency, the operator may speak to the caller to offer emotional support and/or refer the caller to verbal abuse support groups in the city where she or he resides.
The Cybersmile Foundation
The Cybersmile Foundation is a multi award winning anti cyberbullying non-profit organization. Committed to tackling all forms of digital abuse and bullying online, we work to promote diversity and inclusion by building a safer, more positive digital community.
If you are affected by any kind of bullying or abuse online, the important thing to remember is to keep calm and that they can help you! Visit their Total Access Support section to find out about all the different ways that they can help you with your particular problem, or alternatively you can use their Global Support Service for access to an international network of trained support advisors.
They also have a great resource on reputation management, which was the catalyst for this website.
US Department of Justice / FBI
If you are a victim of cyberstalking or harassment across jurisdictional lines, sometimes local law enforcement's hands are tied.
If this is the message you are getting from your local law enforcement and local legal aid, then you may need to contact the FBI like I did. Cyberstalking and harassment is a federal crime handled by the US Department of Justice. In my case, I gathered my evidence (which included screen shots of social media attacks and harassing texts and emails) and filed a complaint at the local field office. While it took some time, I did hear back from local law enforcement that they were working with the FBI and law enforcement in the state of my harasser on my case.
Click here file a complaint with the FBI Internet Crime Complaint Center IC3
FightCyberstalking.org is an online resource site for cyberstalking victims: information on reporting a cyberstalker, online privacy tips, and tips for safer socializing online on social media sites, such as Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. FightCyberstalking.org was launched and created in 2010 after the founder, Lisa Woeller, become a victim of a cyber stalker in 2006.
They have a cyberstalking toolkit that is very helpful for documenting and reporting cyber abuse.
Emotional Resources & Support
Richard Grannon - The Spartan Lifecoach
I find it hard to put into words the help I received through Richard Grannon's courses and online videos. More than just learning about what a narcissist is and how they abuse, Richard helps victims heal deep psychological wounds.
Richard Grannon has a degree in psychology and has been a lifecoach specializing in work with victims for several years. He also is a victim of narcissistic abuse.
Get beyond being a victim. Heal your inner child. Heal the PTSD and CPTSD caused by abuse. Move on with your life and learn to live again with a bit of Richard Grannon NLP therapy. He is truly a gift to victims of narcissistic abuse.
Dana is a mental health nurse and an advocate for victims of domestic violence. She's also a survivor of narcissistic abuse. Learn about the red flags of abuse, how to identify narcissists so you can avoid them like the plague and how to separate from the narcissist(s) in your life.
Her private FaceBook support group for victims can provide support 24/7 from other survivors. They help give you strength at moments of weakness and let you know you are not alone in your struggles.
Kris Godinez is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Arizona. She specializes in treating victims of domestic violence, especially the emotional and psychological abuse from cluster B personality disorders--narcissistic, borderline, histrionic and anti-social personality disorders.
Her weekly YouTube videos help victims understand the pathology of abusers, how to protect yourself from them and how to heal from the deep scars of abuse.