Survivors of sexual assault may find themselves feeling negative emotions, or challenging memories. According to RAINN, 70% of rape or sexual assault victims experience moderate to severe distress. This is larger than any other form of violent crimes.
This Mental Health Awareness month, we will provide some grounding techniques survivors can use to improve their mental health.
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The Center for Sexual Assault Survivors is a local 501(c)(3) non-profit organization committed to creating a world that is free from sexual violence, intimate partner violence, and human trafficking. All of our services are FREE & Confidential to all.
all people to take steps to improve safety and well-being, equality, and respect within their communities and for themselves.
for everyone affected by sexual violence, intimate partner violence, and human trafficking with a pronounced understanding and respect for their individual needs and rights.
and raise awareness in the greater community about sexual violence, intimate partner violence, and human trafficking by providing information and perspective.
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