The Resilience of Survivors


December 11, 2014

Everyone knows that housing in Austin is getting more expensive all the time. And for single moms with kids

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The Company We Keep


October 16, 2014

By Gwenyth Jett I avoided group therapy for a few years. I don’t really know why. Probably fear of the unknown. I was afraid all the time in those days. Eventually, my need to connect with someone, anyone, overcame my fear of the groups. I couldn’t talk to my family because it upset them too […]

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Peer Support: Survivors Helping Each Other Heal


September 4, 2014

There are times when all of us need a role model to show us what we can do and where we might go. And sometimes, after months or even years of isolation, “I’ve been there,” are the words survivors need to hear the most. That’s why we’ve started connecting people who have come through our […]

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I’m Walking Because No One Sees These Scars


January 21, 2014

Beth’s story… I’m walking because, when he hit me, my skin bruised, but no one asked me what happened. And when they did, it was easier for them to buy into my lies. “I was climbing a tree, I fell.” I’m walking because, maybe it was the oldest lie in the book, but it gave […]

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