Push Back the Dark contains two chapters of resources, and this website can only highlight a limited number.
Here are links to sites that themselves contain additional resources along with a brief description of each site.
Rape, Abuse and Incest International Network (www.rainn.org)
RAINN is the largest online organization for sexual assault survivors offering information and resources on state laws, template policies, help for family members, news reporting, and community connections.
Stop It Now (www.stopitnow.org)
Stop It Now was founded to prevent sexual abuse of children. The website frames abuse as a preventable public health problem to reduce stigma among survivors and increase prevention efforts. There is a separate section for faith communities that outlines safety planning and prevention.
Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (www.snapnetwork.org)
While organized to support survivors of abuse by clergy, SNAP has a global presence and a wide outreach to all types of sexual abuse victims.
Mending the Soul Ministries (www.mendingthesoul.org)
Mending the Soul was established to train church leaders to restore the faith and health of victims and rebuild community. A specific training model is grounded in both theology and psychology.
Southern Baptist Conference (www.sbc.net/churchresources/sexabuseprevention.asp)
The Southern Baptist Conference was among the first denominations to acknowledge and respond to problems of childhood sexual abuse, including offenses by persons within the church. The site presents extensive resources on training leaders, prevention, and balancing defense against and ministry to sex offenders.