The Power of Story

Each time a survivor shares their story it requires a great deal of courage and bravery. The first time I shared my story I was very emotional. But as time passed I felt empowered, and proud that I was able to help others find freedom…

Modern Slave – A film by Dan Sima

Modern Slave is a film written by Spencer Currie and Dan Sima about a young girl in Los Angeles fighting to escape sex trafficking. We had an opportunity to interview Dan and find out more about what motivated them to write this film and how he became aware of the realities of trafficking in the Los Angeles area…

Survivor Story: Rebecca Bender

Rebecca Bender was born and raised in a small town in Oregon. She was an achiever, doing well in both academics and sports. She met a man who took an interest in her. She began dating him and after 6 months they decided to move in together. Everything seemed fine until they moved to Las Vegas…

Why is a Woman Valuable?

I am a survivor of abuse. The messages I received in life based on my experiences were that my value was in my sexuality, the size and shape of my body, and the things I owned. What I have learned over the years about the value of a woman is so completely different from what I believed as a child…

Survivor’s Ink

Today we would like to highlight the story of Jennifer Kempton, founder of www.survivorsink.org

Last month I found myself awake at 2:30am. This happens to me several times a month. I suspect it is a symptom of PTSD. When I find myself awake and anxious I usually start reading scriptures and inspirational words online, to help me settle my mind and process whatever trauma memory is trying to find an outlet. This time I ran across a website called Survivor’s Ink…

Congratulations to Our Summer Cohort!

We are excited to share with you that on August 28th, our most recent Cohort graduated from the 3 month Qualified program! We gathered together to share memories, hear speeches, and whole-heartedly congratulate the participants.

Here are a few words from one of our graduates…

Tika’s Story

I was born to a military father and a housewife at West Point Military Academy. We relocated to California when I was 3 years old. Living in drug and gang infested South Central, and because of my father’s battle with drug addiction, I was traumatized by my...
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