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TRIGGER WARNING

As much as we don't want to give away any 'spoilers', we recognize that this play can cause distress or trigger challenging emotions for some of our audience members. Please contact info@empirestreetproductions.com before you book if there are themes that are particularly upsetting to you and you want to discuss the production further.

Recommended for ages 12+
Includes sensitive subject matter including reference to sex, violence, and rape.

You can use the links below to find more information on the places you can go to get support and information

212-238-4906

227 Madison Street New York, NY, 10002, United States

Free healthcare and social services for people in the sex trade and those who have experienced any form of sexual violence

800-656-HOPE (4673)- Hotline

A hotline for victims of sexual assault. They work with over 1,000 local sexual assault service providers to offer confidential support services.

1-800-621-4673 (DV hotline)- 24/7 Hotline, Counseling, Legal Services, Shelter

1-212-227-3000 (Sexual Assault hotline)

Provides services for victims of crime and abuse, including child abuse, and their families. Includes: legal and court programs, domestic violence shelters, counseling center, and multiple hotlines.

212-229-0345

212-514-SAFE (7233)- Hotline

32 Broadway #1101 New York, NY 10004

This organization hosts resources for survivors of sex assault online and via their hotline. Includes crisis counseling, safety planning, assistance with finding shelter & information about resources.

212-523-4728- Therapy, Legal Advice, Crisis Help

40 Exchange Place, Suite 510 New York City 10005

Provides free of charge services such as crisis intervention, individual and group trauma-focused therapy, legal advocacy, and psychiatric consultation.

212-423-2140- Counseling, Legal Advocacy

Manhattan: One Gustave L. Levy PlaceBox 1670 New York, NY 10029 Queens: 25-10 30th Ave., Long Island City, NY 11102

Provides free services to victims of sexual assault. Has a general counseling program as well as one for Orthodox Jewish survivors. They also provide legal and emergency room advocacy.

Offers services for male survivors of sexual trauma such as online healing conversations, support groups, and events.

347-533-9102/3- Hotline, Direct Services, Education

279 Empire Blvd. Brooklyn, New York 11225

Non-profit that works with black women and girls. Their works includes a hotline, legislative advocacy, healing programs, a mobile reproductive services van, and prevention education.

- Advocacy & Education

Aims to empower students, especially student survivors, to end sexual & dating violence in schools. This is done through education programs, trainings, and advocating for policy change.

202-281-0323- Legal Assistance, Mental Health

They provide free, direct assistance to all survivors with filing federal complaints and connecting you to mental health professionals and legal counsel. They also work on policy reform and education.

- Advocacy & Education

Aims to reframe & expand global conversation on sexual violence to meet needs of broad spectrum of survivors. They have survivor resources, conduct policy advocacy, and organize research.

717-909-0710 - Directory, Information

Hosts a directory of sexual assault-related organizations, as well as a directory of state coalitions against sexual assault. Provide information for survivors, friends/family, & educators/advocates.

518-482-4222- Rape Crisis Centers Referral

1-800-942-6906- Hotline

28 Essex Street Albany, NY 12206

24/7 hotline, answered by trained advocates. Provide referrals to local rape crisis programs, which provide: crisis intervention, counseling; support groups, and help through medical/legal systems.