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Washington, DC

End Rape on Campus (EROC) is a survivor advocacy organization dedicated to ending sexual violence through survivor support, public education, and policy and legislative reform.

We provide free, direct assistance to all survivors of gender-based and sexual violence on campus interested in filing federal complaints, organizing for change, or drawing public attention to hold their schools accountable.

We have assisted hundreds of students at dozens of schools file Title IXClery Act, and other civil rights complaints to seek justice and reform.

Skills Activism

Like any social, political, or cultural movement, collective efforts to end sexual violence require the coming together of various skill-sets, talents, and passions. At EROC, we are always looking for people from different professional backgrounds and experiences to find the intersection between where their talents and passions meet this very important need.

Survivor Support

Legal Services

Survivors often wish to consult with lawyers regarding their situation, in the context of on campus adjudication processes, communication with the school, or civil suits.

If you are interested in providing pro bono or contingency-based services please contact us at

Mental Health Services

Counseling and psychological services are important for the trajectory and healing for many student survivors. Unfortunately, many mental health services are inaccessible to survivors because of cost. 

If you are interested in providing either pro bono or sliding scale services for mental health services, please contact us at

Outreach and Communications


We are always looking for content to feature in our outreach initiatives. If you are a blogger, writer, artist, poet, videographer, etc. we would love to feature your work. Please contact Colleen Daly at

Content Partnership with Reveal to Heal

Reveal to Heal is an initiative to combat the sexual abuse epidemic through the power of art & storytelling—shining light on the problem so it can no longer exist in the shadows. We welcome submissions in all creative forms, and encourage the perspectives of survivors and advocates, artists and "non-artists" alike, all of which can be found in our Gallery. Submissions may be emailed to or submitted anonymously via the uploader on our website,

We would be honored to share your story.


The media is an important force in sparking and continuing meaningful dialogue concerning sexual violence and survivor support. If you are a journalist and want to learn more about trauma-sensitive interviewing techniques, responsible reporting, and language issues or you want to write a piece on our organization or related efforts please email


Do you have a skill-set or interested not discussed on this page? Please send us a message and let us know. We are excited to connect with you.