I’ve compiled a list of resources to support your growth, recovery, and healing. Visit often, as I am constantly adding to this list.
You Think You Know, But You Have No Idea…
Written to educate about what domestic abuse looks like when there’s no visible signs. When he never lays a finger on you, never throws you down the stairs or runs over you with a car or points a gun to your head. This book will enlighten you to see the truth about sexual abuse, marital rape, emotional abuse, financial abuse, and spiritual abuse when it doesn’t look like everyone else’s horror stories. It will validate that what you experienced IS abuse, and that there is hope and healing on the other side! It’s written to inspire and empower you to find your voice and use it, and draw into the love of God, seeing his love for what it really is – UNCONDITIONAL.
Now Available — Click Here to Order your copy!
Domestic Violence Assistance
If you are currently experiencing domestic violence, please seek help immediately by reaching out to your local police department or the Domestic Violence Hotline: ( 1-800-799-7233 )
The only system that legally collects court-permissible evidence to bring your abuser to justice. Most domestic violence cases are dismissed due to lack of evidence. VictimsVoice provides a legally admissible way for victims to document abuse incidents in a safe, secure, consistent, complete, and private manner. YOU own your license. YOU control all access and information. Only you.
Stand Up Survivor
Stand Up Survivor is a non-profit organization that supports survivors and victims of domestic abuse. They work diligently to spread awareness about domestic violence and are dedicated to putting an end to this crime. They reach out globally to inspire, educate, and empower women to be free and thrive in life after abuse by providing educational support, coaching, clothing assistance, referral services, resume assistance, and much more.
Domestic Abuse Recovery Support
I serve as a survivor mentor for DASH Domestic Abuse Survivor Help. If you need assistance in your abuse recovery, please visit https://relationshipabuse-recovery.com/ to receive one-on-one and community support in your recovery process.
Sexual Trauma Services of the Midlands
The STSM is a non-profit rape crisis center in SC. They advocate for and supports survivors of sexual assault and abuse in Richland, Lexington, Newberry, Clarendon, and Sumter counties and educate the community to identify and prevent sexual violence.
If you need assistance, would like to donate, or would like to serve as a volunteer, click here to visit their site.
The Recovery Village of Ridgefield
If you suffer from substance abuse and have been a victim of domestic violence or sexual abuse, The Recovery Village is a facility that understands this connection and is ready to support you in getting treatment. Located in Ridgefield, WA, they are available online or by phone to assist you. Call 877.401.0940 to get started in your road to substance abuse recovery.
UnholyCharade.com is a blog and resource for unmasking the abuser in the church. Authors Jeff Crippen and Rebecca Davis put together the awesome book Unholy Charade, written to church leaders, about how to deal with abuse within the church and protect abuse victims from further abuse unknowingly inflicted by church leaders. Please check out this website and order this book – it is mind-blowing how incredibly accurate the words on these pages are when dealing with abuse from supposed Christians. Every pastor needs to read this book and others suggested by this author.