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Diana Varco 4h
Show #16: More on resilience...People react to life (and shows) based on their own experiences - their own voices of Shame, Truth or Denial. My job is to instigate...to start hard conversations. So write what you will...you can’t silence me 💥
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Chinook Sexual Assault Centre 11h
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Iowa Helpline 3h
Know someone who's suffering? Listen patiently. Believe them. Don't rush to offer advice. Let them know that they're not alone; you're there to support them. Call us at 1.800.770.1650 or text IOWAHELP to 20121 for help with a loved one.
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New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault Aug 17
Replying to @NYSCASA
At NSAC, we’ll be focusing on ways to best who have long been overlooked by mainstream sexual assault services. We'll also be critically examining the role of oppression in fostering sexual violence and determining who can access sexual assault services, if any.
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Porchlight Counseling Services 7h
Porchlight offers free educational workshops & presentations on our services on campus and in the community. Interested in scheduling a workshop or presentation? Contact Tera Gurney at tgurney [at]
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STAR Center 5h
STAR is looking for volunteers at all of our locations! We utilize volunteers to support survivors on our 24/7 hotline. Apply today at .
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CASASC 11h
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BrightFutureEC 11h
Thanks to for sharing this powerful message!
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OAESV Aug 18
Thanks to New York's new Child Victims Act, which "removes the statute of limitations on abuse suits, no matter how long ago the abuse occurred," these survivors can seek their justice. TW: details of abuse
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Amirah, Inc Aug 10
"[I]n its 2019 report, the State Department found the top three nations of origin for victims were the United States, Mexico and the Philippines."
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Zeke Thomas Aug 16
When we ride threw the forest it could be dark and scary but zeusmthomas got me!
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Halley Parsonnet Aug 10
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RaquelRoschell🌈 10h
Replying to @SARCBV
Makes me so angry. Another injustice. Another let down. We have to do better.
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Fashion Hope Aug 18
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Women in Crisis 13h
It's important to understand how we can support our loved ones who have experienced trauma.
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Family Crisis Centers Aug 15
<<Safety>> That's what your gift(s) of gas cards will provide for domestic violence victims. Increments of $10 are most helpful. Donations can be dropped off at Melissa's Hope Chest in Sioux Center or mailed to PO Box 295, Sioux Center, IA 51250.
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AASAS 11h
Our member agencies throughout Alberta have staff whose role is to support individuals through the justice process. From supporting an individual's decision about whether or not to report, to the court case itself.
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Pacifica Beauty Aug 17
Touched by this note today. We proudly support survivors and safe houses that provide support, safety & emergency services for women, men and children in need. Support your local shelter! Thank you for all that you do @raphaelhousepdx ♥️♥️♥️
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CASASC Aug 16
Equity is giving everyone what they need to be successful. It actively moves everyone closer to success by levelling the playing field.
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Speak UP Bucknell 9h
1️⃣ week until classes start! Speak UP Bucknell is gearing up for our August Peer training. We are excited to meet in our workshops this fall and we cannot wait to see what gifts this school year has in store!!
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