"It’s an honor for me to help someone know they are not alone, not crazy, not overreacting, and definitely not deserving of what happened to them." Lin is a MOCSA therapist who shares some suggestions for responding to survivors.
Part of the healing process for me was taking steps to ensure my story didn’t become the story of other womenWilliam Sundahl
"Part of the healing process for me was taking steps to ensure my story didn’t become the story of other women.” Jessi Bixler is a MOCSA Board Member and longtime volunteer, and she is the survivor speaker you'll hear at MOCSA's Community Luncheon on October 14.
"I believe change can happen -- with one person, one story, one moment.” Debbie attended her first MOCSA luncheon in 2008. Listen as she shares her experience that day.
MOCSA StoryShare is a new storytelling project for anyone who has been inspired or impacted by MOCSA’s mission. Selected stories will be housed on our website and shared on social media beginning in April as part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) and will continue throughout the year. Our SAAM theme...