|Happy Holidays From All Of Us At EmpowerSurvivors!|
|Teddy Bear Park- Stillwater,MN|
healing journeys. It is such an unbelievable honor to sit with a fellow survivor as they put words to their
experience. Even more exciting is seeing these survivors evolve from victim, to survivor to thriver.
To date we are pleased to say that our survivor family has grown to over 1200 members.
Between the online groups and offline groups we are empowering and supporting those who suffered
childhood sexual abuse at the hands of people they trusted.
from any failings and look to the future with hope. In the last year we have secured an office space in Stillwater,MN., held our first “open house”, taken part in the “Take Back The Night” Event in Riverfalls, WI., enjoyed a “Cheers and Beers” EmpowerSurvivors fundraising event at our local Lift Bridge Brewery, attended sexual assault training with the MNCASA organization, spoke with the Lake Elmo Auxiliary at their monthly meeting to share the story of our founder, Elizabeth Sullivan, and the EmpowerSurvivors organization, discussed with community members the epidemic of childhood sexual abuse and prevention, spoke before the Minnesota senate and house committees, met with the Washington County Sex Trafficking Unit and assistant prosecuting attorney, met with officials from the Washington County Jail, spoke with survivors nationwide, held our 2nd annual “Giving Voice” conference , worked with local advocates and nonprofit agencies that focus on child abuse and prevention, took part in the Washington County “Connect” groups that work to find ways to improve mental health for our school aged kids and community members, connected with local business owners, continued our radio presence as a weekly host and panelist for the NAASCA radio programs “Stop Child Abuse Now” and “ Community Matters”, attended the “UnChained” celebration dinner for survivors completing the "In The Wildflowers" program in Wyoming,MN, expanded our online and media presence, spoke with local therapists to help them better understand the mind of a survivor, reached out to area churches to educate members of the epidemic of childhood sexual abuse and much, much, more!
childhood sexual abuse , educate communities, reduce the rape and molestation of children,
and break the silence that allows childhood sexual abuse to go on for generations.
New in 2018 !
EmpowerSurvivors peer group for male and female adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse.
Take Back The Night! Details coming soon!
November 2018 -
3rd Annual Giving Voice Event. Details coming soon!
More To Come!!