For Survivors

You can always submit a confidential report to Into Account of harm you have experienced.

Into Account will hold your story confidentially, bring it to the institution, or publicize it as you request.

First and foremost, we are survivor advocates. That means our primary commitment is to make ourselves available to survivors who want strategic support as they navigate their options following an experience of sexual violence, whether that experience happened recently or decades past. We tailor our services to the needs of individual clients, including but not limited to support with:

  • Getting connected to valuable and trustworthy resources
  • Considering one’s options for holding perpetrators and enablers accountable
  • Navigating formal or informal reporting and investigatory processes
  • Communicating with pastors, administrators, law enforcement, family, friends, or other relevant parties
  • Working for transformative change in the setting where the violence occurred
  • Telling one’s story

In all of our work with survivors, we believe that survivors are owed our unending respect. We believe survivors have the right to be in full control of the process. We aim to meet survivors where they are, wherever that is. We are here to offer what support we can, no strings attached. Our services for survivors are free of charge.

(If you would like to support our advocacy work with survivors, we welcome and deeply appreciate your donations.)

For Institutions and Communities of Faith

Into Account also consults with leaders in Christian community and institutional settings who want to make their policies, sexual violence prevention and response processes, theological vision, language, worship, and religious practices more trauma-informed, mindful of sexual violence survivors who are members of the community, and wise with respect to members who are perpetrators. Contact Into Account for a quote.

Free of charge, we are available to consult with those navigating immediate instances of sexual violence in their institution or community.