For victim assistance, please call 1-844-303-SAFE (7233) or visit You can also use our crisis center locator to find a rape crisis center near you.Our highly-trained advocates are available 24/7 to talk confidentially with anyone experiencing domestic violence, seeking resources or information, or questioning unhealthy aspects of their relationship. With hundreds of Texas girls online at any given time, we're the largest Free chat site, click any profile and start watching right now. You can call the hotline 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Additionally, SAFE hopes the chat line will help reach youth, who do not frequently contact the hotline. If you are in a safe space to make a phone call, the free, confidential hotline can be reached at 512.267. The SAFEline Hotline features a relay/VRS for the Deaf community, Spanish-speaking advocates, and can use interpretation services to respond to callers who speak other languages. The chat line is for anyone affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, human trafficking, or those in need of parenting support.Counselors work with people with disabilities, Spanish speakers and members of the Deaf community.
Suite 110 Austin, TX 78752 For more information, email us at [email protected] immediate safety for survivors and their families is the first concern, SAFE provides additional support for survivors during their healing process.This support can help survivors move beyond the violence and trauma.If you have been sexually assaulted and need help, call our confidential, 24-hour SAFEline at 512.267.SAFE (7233) or access our online chat at safeaustin.org/chat.The following national hotlines provide 24/7 confidential, one-on-one, crisis support.In addition to hotline numbers, we have provided web links if you are more comfortable using a chat or text system to get information.Chat Planet is completely Free and we never ask you to register to use our site.Click a city within Texas from the list below or scroll to the left to pick a chat room directly.Legally, a person commits a sexual offense if they intentionally or knowingly cause the penetration of the mouth, anus, or sexual organs of another person by any means without that person’s consent.At SAFE, we use a broader definition to include any unwanted sexual act when the victim is unwilling or unable to give consent – including being under 17 years old, disabled, intoxicated, drugged, or unconscious.