Resources

Resources for Women in the Alcohol / Hospitality Industry

For those in need of resources and support, please see below via SafeBars.org

Mental Health Resources for Hospitality

HEARD / iheardyou.org/ Mental health and wellness in the food and beverage industry.

Restaurants After Hours / restaurantafterhours.org/ Mental health support for the hospitality industry. Has online support groups.

I Got Your Back/ igotyourback.info/ Peer support around mental health for restaurant workers and others in hospitality.

Support Staff / pleasehustleresponsibly.org/ Mental health for hospitality, including free weekly meetings on safety topics.

Ben’s Friends / bensfriendshope.com/ Substance addiction and recovery support for those working in food and beverage.

Hotlines/Support

The Healthtender / thehealthtender.com/ movement and exercise, nutrition, and more for those in the industry.

Focus on Health (FOH) / fohealth.org/ Health and wellness programing (including podcasts) for those in food and beverage.

National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs: https://avp.org/get-help/ Help for LGBTQ+ people targeted for hate crimes or abuse in relationships. 24-hr, English/Spanish hotline: 212-714-1141

National Human Trafficking Hotline: 1-888-373-7888 ( TTY: 711)|*Text 233733 |Live
Chat: humantraffickinghotline.org/chat. The site also has a lot on how to and best practices, and a list of resources here: humantraffickinghotline.org/training-resources/referral-directory

National Sexual Assault Hotline: 800-656-4673 or https://hotline.rainn.org/online

http://www.safebars.org 301.608.3708

Polaris Project and End Slavery Now: Both have info on how to recognize trafficking and what to do if you suspect it at polarisproject.org/recognizing-human-trafficking/ and
here: endslaverynow.org/act.

Legal/know your rights

Know Your Rights if you’ve been harassed at work, facing pay discrimination, or other gender discrimination: http://www.equalrights.org/issue/economic-workplace-equality/

National Women’s Law Center: If you’re harassed at work, they can get you a free lawyer consultation to help you understand your options. English: nwlc.org/legal-
assistance/. Español: nwlc.org/asistencialegal/. If you don’t have Internet, call/Si no tiene

Internet, llame a
New York Times article that explains your choices if you’ve been harassed at

work: https://nyti.ms/2ZIiQ2d Practical skills

(202) 319-3053.

Defend Yourself / http://www.defendyourself.org / Training for stopping harassment, abuse, and assault when you or someone else is being targeted. / 301.608.3708

Safe Bars / safebars.org / Active bystander training to create safe and respectful workplaces and hospitality spaces. / 301.608.3708

Mental health/therapy (general)

The Loveland Foundation / thelovelandfoundation.org/ Financial support for Black women and girls seeking therapy.

National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network / nqttcn.com/ Resources, referrals to practitioners, financial support, and more for queer and trans people of color.

National Alliance on Mental Illness / nami.org/help / Education, support groups, a hotline, and more. Hotline: M-F, 10 a.m.–8 p.m., ET at 1-800-950-NAMI (6264) or info@nami.org. Chat: Text
NAMI to 741-741.

http://www.safebars.org 301.608.3708

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