We Help Child Sex Abuse Survivors Break Their Silence When We Show Them Support

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This month, communities across the country are gathering at local ‘Take Back the Night’ events in observance and support of those impacted by sexual violence. In the last year—as news broke about Baptist church leaders abusing children and the Pope acknowledged nuns were being abused by church leaders—sexual violence facing children proved to be an international crisis. Investigations of both found the majority of the crimes had been long standing and some even continued for decades, but little is said about support for the victims.

This silence is dangerous. Without access to healthcare, support from loved ones and support from the community, it can lead to serious mental health consequences.

(Hillel Steinberg / Creative Commons)

Over 24 million individuals experiencing a mental health illness are going untreated primarily due to poor access, and the results of…

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