The eradication of sexual assault is possible.
We have the solution.

VOICES IN ACTION

report assault. track serial offenders. match with other victims.
receive trauma-informed support.

WHO WE ARE +
WHAT WE DO

Voices in Action is a survivor-founded and led 501(c)3 nonprofit changing the intersectional culture of sexual assault through innovative technology and modern research based in trauma and pyschological research. We offer an equitable, independent platform for documenting and timestamping incidents of sexual misconduct and violence while tracking serial perpetrators and providing trauma-informed support. 
We envision a world in which Survivors are believed, women are listened to, and reporting sexual assault followed by fair and reasonable investigations are the norm rather than the exception.  We do this by fighting for the mandating of prevention and protection policies, representation and inclusion in the workplace, better training and educational practices, and healing support for those who have been harmed will change the world into a safer world for us all. 

Learn more about our unique, surivor-empowered approach: 

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A PRIVATE & SECURE WAY TO DOCUMENT AND TIMESTAMP SEXUAL ASSAULT & MISCONDUCT

Our private and independent reporting database allows individuals to detail and document incidents of misconduct to timestamp and save as evidence for if or when they feel ready and safe to come forward.  

THE ABILITY TO FIND OUT IF YOUR ABUSER HAS HARMED OTHERS

Studies show abusers are often repeat offenders. Our unique database is the first of its kind that matches serial offenders and sends optional alerts to individuals whose perpetrator has been named by another individual. 

FREE TRAUMA-INFORMED LEGAL CONSULTATIONS

Through our partnership with the National Crime Victims Bar Association, survivors of sexual assault may receive free referrals for trauma-informed legal counsel in their area. Legal counsel determines if victims of the same abuser are able to connect. 

TRAUMA-INFORMED ADVOCACY AND SUPPORT FOR SURVIVORS

As survivors, we know the journey of healing doesn’t end after we come forward; it’s only the beginning. We provide continued support through  accessible and affordable support groups, workshops, healing and empowerment courses, and more. 

who we help

Sexual assault affects us all. Anyone who has been exploited, coerced, or manipulated through sexual-related activity and/or has been forced to engage in sexual-related acts against their will are victims of sexual assault, which all rests on a very wide spectrum of issues ranging from abuser of power in the workplace to rape.
We are here to protect everyone. That includes victims of:

RAPEWORKPLACE HARASSMENTSEX TRAFFICKINGINCESTREVENGE PORNINTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCEGENDER BASED VIOLENCESTALKING

Unfortunately, the list goes on.
If you think you have experienced abuse or assault, don’t question yourself. There are many resources to help you navigate and answer the questions you might have.
We are one.

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why we do it

The numbers say it all. Despite the prgoress made in recent years, research shows that the alarmingly high number of sexual assaults and rapes go unreported while the vast majority of perpetrators receive impunity, receiving no prosectuion and facing little repercussion.

of sexual assaults
go unreported

of rapes go
unreported

of abusers are 
not prosecuted

our impact to date

Since 2018, Voices in Action has been doing the work to build a holistic system that could take the important progress and momentum the #MeToo Movement helped start into the next phase of actionable steps of impactful change.  Since then, with our team of experts, hundreds of Survivors have received help and multiple perpetrators have been held accoutnable for their actions. 

INDIVIDUAL 
REPORTS SUBMITTED 

victims have received legal support or mentorship

perpetrators removed from positions of power

CIVIL & CRIMINAL CASES INVESTIGATED & FILED 
WE HAVE A VISION OF A SAFER WORLD FOR US ALL

YOUR SUPPORT MATTERS

Every dollar helps in building Voices in Action’s holistic approach in preventing, protecting, and bringing justice to incidents of sexual assault along with providing holistic, trauma-informed support for survivors. We’re in this fight for eradication and need all the help we can get.

DONATE TO HELP END SEXUAL ASSAULT
VIA is a 501c3 nonprofit.
All donations are tax deductible. 

partnerships 

the voices in action team

Our team of industry experts are not only leaders in their fields but also deeply passionate about and driven by Voices in Action’s mission. For us, these issues are personal. Learn more about each of us on our team page

JESSICA BARTH 

Founder, President 
Silence Breaker

KRISTIN LELAND 

Co-founder, Vice President
Trauma & Anti-Trafficking Specialist

LISA ABEYTA 

VP  Technology & Innovation
Technology & Startup Expert

Meet our Ambassadors

Each of these individuals have dedicated themselves to changing society’s toxic culture of sexual misconduct in various ways but also as tireless supporters and advocates of
Voices in Action. Learn more about each of them on our ambassdors page. 

Terry Crews

Actor, Activist

Mira Sorvino

Actress, Activist

Harold Perrineau

Actor, Activist

Jonathon Schaech

Actor, Activist

Brittany Perrineau

Actress, Activist

Sarah Scott

Actress, Activist

Rosanna Arquette

Actress, Activist

Pamela Guest

Actress, Activist

our voices blog

SURVIVOR STORY: JENNIFER ECKHART

Jennifer Eckhart came forward about her sexual assault working as a young reporter trying to find her place in the industry and make a name for herself. What happened after[…]

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#WHENIREPORTED SURVIVOR STORY: ANDREA CONSTAND

Like all Survivors, Andrea Constand knows a thing or two about trauma. After coming forward about her sexual assault, Constand’s healing journey inspired her to help provide access to the[…]

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#WHENIREPORTED SURVIVOR STORY: LAUREN SIVAN

Lauren Sivan shared her experience coming forward about her sexual assault with Voices in Action: “I reported what happened to me because I wanted to validate the stories of others.[…]

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