Relationships - Links

NIU Sexual Violence Resources
Provides reporting resources and services for victims/survivors and others impacted by interpersonal violence or sexual harassment.

RAINN - The Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network
RAINN is the nation's largest anti-sexual assault organization offering a toll-free hotline for confidential counseling and support 24 hours a day. "In 2007, RAINN expanded its hotline services with the National Sexual Assault Online Hotline, the nation's first secure web-based hotline that provides live and completely confidential help to victims through an interface as intuitive as instant messaging."   

Kiskwaukee Hospital    815-756-1521
Emergency treatment and follow-up referral for sexual assault or domestic violence victims. Requires no charge for services related to medical evidence collection. Emergency contraception is also available.

Safe Passage - Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis Center    815-756-5228
Complete crisis center open twenty-four hours a day. Provides counseling and support for victims of sexual assault and their significant others. Operates a safe house; available to accompany victim to hospital and police.

The Illinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault
Includes legal definitions, victims' rights, location of outreach centers, information on Illinois law, and links to national organizations.

Kansas State University - Relationship Tips and Skill-Building Ideas.
Kansas State University's Counseling Services provide some helpful ideas and suggestions for making relationships more fun and successful. Also contains a list of healthy relationship books available at most libraries.

National Center for Victims of Crime
Resources on dating violence, stalking, and recovery issues.

Handbook on Dating Violence
An eight-page handbook that covers many dating violence and sexual assault prevention topics

University of Texas at Austin - Counseling & Mental Health Center
University of Texas at Austin's Counseling and Mental Health Center provides a collection of information about Healthy Relationships but also Stress, Depression, Insomnia, ADHD, Grief and Loss, and Suicide.

Their mission is to help men who have had unwanted or abusive sexual experiences in childhood live healthier, happier lives.

NSVRC’s 2012 Sexual Assault Awareness Month campaign focused on healthy sexuality.

Doin it well: Approaching Sexual Violence Prevention from a Sex Positive Framework
Doin it well: Approaching Sexual Violence Prevention from a Sex Positive Framework - Kim Rice and Ross Watland

Healthy Sexuality
Healthy Sexuality University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Answer, Sex Ed Honestly
Answer, Sex Ed Honestly Websites for professionals

Prevent Connect
Prevent Connect Healthy Sexuality wiki

Driver's Ed for the Sexual Superhighway: Navigating Consent