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Sugar and Spice and Things Not so Nice.

Updated: May 1

a couple holding hands with the text overlay you are not alone, we stand with survivors of sexual violence

The aroma of pumpkin spice fills the air, and we are all quickly reminded of the exciting holiday season upon us. As many of us are preparing for warming reunions with families and friends, or gearing up for the thrilling festivities, it becomes easy for us to forget about the loved ones who might not look so fondly on the time of year. For many of us these gatherings are filled with welcoming faces and much needed hugs, but for some victims this is seen as a time of having to relive trauma again and again. According to the Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Networks (RAINN) 34% of assaults are made by a family member. This means it is common that many victims must see their perpetrator. This time can bring a flood of flashback, memories, and PTSD from being in the same locations as their previous assault or seeing offenders. out. If you or a loved one is a victim of sexual assault taking the time to give self-care strategies, safety tips or simply showing your support can greatly impact a victim’s personal wellbeing. Our services are available year-round 24/7 for anyone that has been affected by sexual assault. You deserve extra love and care during these sometime difficult moments, and we hope that you get the sugar and spice that you so deserve.

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