Revenge porn is bad through and through. Not only is it a huge invasion of privacy and breach of trust, it can be very hard to fight back against. Questions such as, “How do I get the images off the Internet?” or “Where can I find help?” aren’t easily answered. There is a lot of legal hoops and bureaucratic tape to slog through, and sometimes that means the images never get taken down.

On Wednesday, California launched a website to help people who are dealing with revenge porn. State authorities in collaboration with tech leaders hope the site, called a cyber exploitation hub, will give victims, police and companies the resources needed to respond to (and hopefully, prevent) revenge porn.

The site helps people find a pro bono lawyer and outlines best practices for website owners to protect their visitors. The site also provides guidelines for local law enforcement to follow when dealing with a revenge porn case. And if someone wants to get a photo taken down, the hub directly links to image removal request pages for some popular online communities (including 4chan, About.me, and Snapchat.)

Although the new hub isn’t a surefire way to fix anything — much of the information provided someone could find on their own — it can help people or agencies get started when they’re not sure what to do next.