Weekly Online Support Groups for Men Who
Were Sexually Abused or Assaulted

And a group for partners of men—who need support, too.

Free and anonymous chat-based support groups for male survivors of sexual abuse or assault—and partners of men—who are seeking a community of support. Each group meets weekly and is facilitated by a counselor.

Weekly group Schedule


    Mondays | 4 - 5:30pm

    Wednesdays | 5 - 6:30pm


    Tuesdays | 5 - 6:30pm

Join a support group

These online support groups offer support to men—and partners—in their journeys of trauma recovery, with a focus on education and mutual support.

Each support group functions just like a chat room: choose an anonymous screen name, enter the group, and start typing. There’s no audio or video, and no personal information is collected. A counselor is present to facilitate each session.

The counselor offers information, answers questions, and keeps the discussion on track. A trained moderator is present to review comments to ensure that each group remains safe and anonymous.

Groups are cost-free and open to men all over the world. All you need is a computer or smartphone with an internet connection.

Please note that these online support groups are designed as support groups, not group therapy. The facilitator's presence is not intended to provide an experience that would replace or substitute for regular group or individual therapy. We encourage online support group participants to access therapy with a licensed clinician whenever possible.

Questions? Email [email protected]

> Read More

Please join on time, as the room reaches capacity at 9 participants and the entry point (below) closes 30 minutes after the start of each session. We encourage you to choose one group and attend regularly to establish a sense of safety and consistency within the group.

By clicking “join support group” below, you are agreeing to the terms of service and privacy policy.

  • Participants must be at least 18 years of age and identify as a man who has had an unwanted or abusive sexual experience.
  • These support groups are not for partners of male survivors, or for people who have sexually offended as adults.
  • These groups are not intended to provide an experience that would replace regular therapy.