Chat rooms for survivor of sexual abuse
If you are in a crisis situation we urge to contact your local rape crisis center or health care professional.
After Silence is designed to help victims become survivors, and communicate in the recovery of sexual violence.
isurvive is a volunteer-driven organization with a team composed of people from various places around the United States, Australia, Europe and the UK.
We offer resources and forums where adult survivors of child abuse and their loved ones can seek support.
For more information, visit our Internet Security page.
"One year ago, I locked my door and went to sleep; like we all do on any given night.We believe that breaking the silence is the first step toward recovery and it is our mission to provide a safe, loving, and thought-provoking online support group for each rape and sexual abuse survivor to speak out, ask for help, and give help in return. ) that you are not alone can make all the difference.Learn more about our support forums for healing and recovery.If you have been a victim of rape, date rape, sexual abuse, incest, sexual assault, marital rape, childhood sexual abuse, or molestation please know that you did nothing wrong and you are not to blame.My feelings were neither here or there to any that cared to see To take the time to view a child, of two, or three, of five, Who hid from view, to survive, the unsaid words That her feelings were neither here or a poem by eagle22 Fort is somewhere I can come for hours at a time or just a few minutes to pass my time in between chores.Never post your real name or contact information to a chatroom or message board.If a resource requires that you choose a username, pick a name that does not include your real name.In this section of our site you will find: helpful books, articles, crisis hotlines and links to other useful resources for both survivors and loved ones.On our peer support forum members share and receive encouragement as they seek their own recovery and healing from different types of abuse: • physical abuse • sexual abuse • verbal abuse • emotional abuse • ritual abuse Find Out More is an incorporated 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and we receive 100% of our financial support from fundraising and charitable donations.Our mission is to support, empower, validate, and educate survivors, as well as their families and supporters.The core of our organization is a support group, message board, and chat room where victims and survivors come together online in a mutually supportive and safe environment.