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Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 2541

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Tonight's special guest is Jessika Morgan from Charlotte, North Carolina. She witnessed domestic abuse from alcoholic parents. Her grandparents got custody of she and her brother, but she never understood why her parents didn't love her. Now Jessika's an activist at Survivors Outreach Ministries, a non-profit organization in the Carolinas providing Peer Advocacy Services (Survivor Mentoring) to domestic violence victims. They empower and support survivors to stay out of the cycle of abuse. "Have you found the strength to say “no more” to your abuser and got away from them?," they ask. "Are you never looking back? If so, know that you overcame... you won!!! We at Survivors Outreach Ministries stand ready to help ensure that survivors of domestic violence, like you, restart their lives with the right mindset and proper support needed to keep soaring!" Survivors Outreach Ministries provides Peer Support Advocacy services that teach survivors to become their own advocates so they are empowered and better able to break away from the cycle of abuse to fully rehabilitate their lives. Programs, services and resources enable survivors to stay out of the cycle of abuse by building on their strengths and facilitating their independence. The objectives of Survivors Outreach Ministries are to: (1) improve their overall well-being, (2) promote mental, emotional, spiritually, and financial healing. (3) define and encourage healthy relationships, (4) promote stability and improve social competency by helping survivors access local and community resources (5) bridge the gap between domestic violence services and substance abuse treatment, (6) provide legal education and court advocacy, and (7) promote social change and support justice initiatives.

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