Abused Survivors support groupTop Rated This support group has been formed to offer an outstretched hand to adult survivors of abuse (physical, verbal, emotional or sexual abuse). You are not alone and I want you to know that. There is no such word as "dwelling" or that phrase "get over it already" because we all know that abuse from childhood takes a long time to get through and a whole lot of support. Join us on this list and email with others who understand your needs and wants. Seek support from others and be there to support them through their difficult times too. Anyone looking for info for projects, surveys, or is NOT legitimately verbally, physically, or mentally abused or NOT a supporter of one are not welcome. http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/AbusedSurvivors/?yguid=96177377 -
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After Silence After Silence, a community designed to help survivors communicate in the recovery of rape, sexual abuse, and domestic violence. Welcome to After Silence, a non-profit organization, message board, and chat room for rape, sexual assault, and sexual abuse survivors. You are not alone, you are not broken, and you can heal.
Our organization is designed to help victims become survivors, and communicate in the recovery of sexual violence. 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. http://www.aftersilence.org/ -
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AMSOSA (Adult Male Survivors Of Sexual Abuse AMSOSA offers two support groups, providing a unique therapy experience to non offending adult male survivors, who were either sexually abused as a child or adult.
We offer you an opportunity to focus on the ability to heal and recover, by dealing with 1/3rd of your past, 1/3rd of your present, and 1/3rd of your future, covering aspects of the sexual abuse you suffered, yet focusing on the strength and courage you possess, and leaving the past where it belongs. http://www.amsosa.com -
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Christian Survivors Forums This forum is a safe place for survivors of abuse to honestly deal with their hurt, and their issues in a Christian fellowship. We spend time working through issues as a group, supporting each other as friends. It is a forum for those genuinely wanting to heal from their pasts, and move on into true survivorship! http://www.christiansurvivors.com/forums/ -
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Dissociative Disorder support groupTop Rated This support group is being offered to those people who have been diagnosed with any of the dissociative disorders such as DID, dissociative amnesia, dissociative fugue, etc. Dissociation can be defined on a continuum. On one end try to imagine yourself driving down the highway. Suddenly you have arrived at your destination but you cannot recall how you got there. You went through several traffic lights but you don't even recall whether the lights were red or green or how you made it to your destination. This is a form of mild dissociation and everyone does this. Continuing along this spectrum you can find yourself being very forgetful quite often. On the opposite end you would find dissociation defined as multiplicity which is now known as DID (Dissociative Identity Disorder). DID is not an illness nor is it a disease. The individuals that have been diagnosed with this disorder are not crazy. They are survivors of severe childhood trauma and the long-term effects have caused these individuals problems on how to process current information and react to everyday life. If you would like to seek support or offer support to others with DID or other dissociative disorders please join our group. Anyone looking for info for projects, surveys, or is NOT legitmately DID (or believe they are but are not diagnosed yet) or a supporter of one are not welcome. http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/DissociativeDisorder/?yguid=96177377 -
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Fort RefugeTop Rated Chat and Forums community with resources for abuse survivors. Child abuse, ritual abuse, sexual assault, rape and domestic violence are just some of what we have survived and are surviving.
MPD/DID welcome. http://www.fortrefuge.com/ -
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Pandora's ProjectTop Rated Pandora's Project is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to providing information, support, and resources to survivors of rape and sexual abuse and their friends and family. We have been devoted to recovery and healing since 1999. http://www.pandys.org/ -
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The Wounded Healer Journal The Wounded Healer Journal (TWHJ) is the oldest point of presence on the web for psychotherapists and others who have experienced the devastation of trauma including child abuse. Created and maintained from 1995-2002 by Linda Chapman, TWHJ is now managed by Carol McClure.
To find out how to report child abuse click here. To go to the Dru Sjodin National Sex Offender Public Website click here.
TWHJ has both forums and chat rooms for Adult Survivors of Trauma and Abuse. We also have a Resources site that can assist you in finding more information about many of the topics found in the forums.
Topics discussed in the TWHJ Forums include: Treatment after abuse and trauma (counseling, psychotherapy, psychiatric care), psychological effects of child sexual abuse, neglect, physical and verbal abuse, domestic violence, dissociative identity disorder (DID - formerly multiple personality disorder or MPD), PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder), dealing with emotional maltreatment, abandonment, ritual abuse, depression, panic and anxiety, incest, sexual assault, self injury, eating disorders, alternative therapies including EMDR and energy therapies like Healing Touch, mental health resources, health issues, male survivors, relationship issues, crisis lines, finding a therapist, bipolar disorder, addiction, grief and loss, and spirituality -- to name a few. http://www.twhj.com/ -
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Survivors Hope This is a website set up for survivors who have been affected by abuse of any type, and suffer from mental illness. I hope you will feel very welcome here. Survivors Hope is a website for survivors of abuse and rape. Here we hope to help you find support and help you on your journey. We offer help and advice and support. Where you can explore your life’s events and what meanings they have for you. We hope you make friendships and have fun. This can be done on the forums and chat rooms provided. The forums are closely moderated and checked. http://www.survivorshope.org/ -
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Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAP), an independent and confidential organization, with no connections with the church or church officials, is the nation's largest, oldest and most active support group for women and men wounded by religious authority figures (priests, ministers, bishops, deacons, nuns and others). SNAP offers a Discussion Board, link to SNAP Community on MSN.com, a place to publish your essays, a catalog of clergy abuse editorials to newspapers, help articles, and more. http://www.snapnetwork.org/ -
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Unsilenced - Abuse Survivors of VA Unite A safe and trusting environment is the first step toward beginning the healing process and journey to recovering ones self.
We are a group of individuals who are here for friendship, support, sharing and healing. Whether verbal, physical, sexual or emotional, if you have ever experienced abuse or know someone who has, you know the lasting effects it can have on ones life. If you are a survivor of abuse or neglect, or are a supporter of a survivor, you have come to the right place. You are welcome here. Please join us on our path to wholeness. http://www.meetup.com/unsilenced -
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We Are Survivors The purpose of this website is to provide a national platform to discuss the core issues that impact the lives of adult survivors of child abuse and neglect and to develop appropriate action steps to address these issues. This site is a Call to Action to bring about healing and recovery for all survivors. http://www.wearesurvivors.org -
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