Resources during COVID-19 How is COVID-19 affecting victims of interpersonal violence? How is COVID-19 affecting Susan B. Anthony Project? How can you help? DOWNLOAD OUR RESOURCE GUIDE Susan B. Anthony Project is an amazing organization that saved my son’s and my life from  a very abusive man. They gave us our lives back! As a man, it was hard for me to admit that I was a victim of sexual assault. My Susan B. Anthony Project counselor believed me and helped me open up. I found out that other men are also victims. I felt such a sense of relief. In my support group, I met other women who were going through exactly what I was going through. The experience saved my life.


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Susan B. Anthony Project provides crisis and support services for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. All services are confidential, free, and available 24/7.



Help is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Trained Susan B. Anthony Project counselors are available to help you stay safe—physically and emotionally. All of Susan B. Anthony Project’s crisis services are free and confidential. Call our 24-hour crisis line for immediate help 860.482.7133


Susan B. Anthony Project can assist victims in the healing process. You can meet with a trained counselor individually, or you can join a support group.


When the time is right for you, Susan B. Anthony Project counselors can help you plan for your future. We’ll work with you on your personal budget, your job goals, job search, job training, resume writing, and more.



Virtual Alternative Healing

Please join us for our next session on April 22nd at 5 pm ~ Sound Healing.  The day before the event you will receive a Zoom link via email.  To sign up or for any questions, contact your advocate or Amanda at 860-482-7133, option 1 or

Upcoming sessions:  5/12 ~Wellness Through Nutrition and Herbs, 5/27 ~ Zumba in Spanish and 6/15 ~ Sound Healing (details on these events coming soon)

Give Local 2021

Mark your calendars for April 20th – 21st. This 36 hr online giving event will give everyone an opportunity to support our campaign.

Hosted by Connecticut Community Foundation and sponsored by Ion Bank Foundation for the 9th consecutive year, Give Local Greater Waterbury and Litchfield Hills benefits the vital work of hundreds of nonprofit organizations in our region.


HERO Program

Thank you to our amazing HEROs – Energy Fitness, Wright’s Barn and Café, Lily and Vine Floral Design, George’s Restaurant and Litchfield Hills Fitness!  All of these great local businesses are currently accepting donations for SBAP and will generously match the gifts collected. To learn more about how your business can become a HERO, contact Ashley at 860-489-3798 or

Sexual Assault Awareness

Sexual Assault Awareness Month

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month.  We will be hosting a virtual Sexual Assault Awareness Month Vigil on Thursday, April 29th on our Facebook page.

Details coming soon about our virtual vigil and activities happening throughout the month of April.


Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Client Services 76%
Community Education 10%
Fundraising & Administration 14%


Last year, Susan B. Anthony Project responded to 1,662 requests for crisis intervention via our 24-7 hotline.
Last year, we advocated for an average of 144 victims of domestic violence in Torrington Superior Court.
Susan B. Anthony Project presented prevention education programs for 4,464 school aged children and an additional 847 adult community members.
Last year, we provided safe shelter and transitional housing for 45 women and 47 children.