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When I first started on my journey, I found it difficult in the middle of everything to access the resources I needed to make informed choices about every step along the way.
Some of My Questions
- Was what I was experiencing sexual harassment?
- Was what I was experiencing retaliation?
- Who do I talk to in the office?
- Are there support groups that I can connect with?
- What if I want to file an EEOC Complaint? How do I do that?
- How do I manage my emotions through all this?
- Is this happening to other women in my office? How do I find out?
I searched high and low for books, support groups, and experts to help me find community, insights and reassurance.
Part of my struggle to find resources was my own – I had serious trust issues. I did not feel comfortable asking my office mates, HR or even the customer service gal at the bookstore the questions above. Part of my struggle was outside of me – there were plenty of “legal” resources, but I needed a clearing house of “non-legal,” readily available resources.
An Invitation to Victims, Witnesses and Those Seeking Help
I imagine if you are going through or went through a similar challenge, you might have needed or are needing resources too. So, I have decided to be the change…
I am actively compiling a list of resources, by expertise and by state to help you. Scroll down and hover over the categories in the resource hub below. As a trusted community of support for you, these resources from every state across the nation that can offer insights and reassurance to you as you go through all of the stages of recovery, dealing with and healing from sexual harassment. I hope you find what you need.
Be sure to do your own due diligence to be sure that the resource that seems right for you is truly right for you. If you have a great experience with a resource, please post a comment under their listing so that they and others seeking help can benefit from your insight. Please do the same for experiences that did not positively help you toward your recovery.
An Invitation for Those that Can Help
Are you a healer? Are you a therapist? Are you a trainer? Do you have the skills, compassion and abilities to help victims, witnesses and those seeking help with sexual harassment? Can you help people in your home town? Your state? Across the country? If so, please list it here by clicking on the Create a Listing button below.
Need help understanding all the categories that your business can fit into? You can be listed in more than one category. Hover over each of the options with your mouse and sign up for each category that applies to your business.
Every resource is listed in the state or states in which they provide service. Click here for details.
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A Faith – Based mental health non profit that helps veterans and first responders who struggle with substance use, MST, and other co-occurring disorders such as Post Traumatic Stress (PTS) and depression.
Integrated Recovery Foundation (IRF) is a purpose driven integrated treatment program for veterans and first responders struggling with addiction, abuse, and other mental health challenges. Our holistic approach addresses the whole self, offering the supportive net our heroes deserve.
Integrated Recovery Foundation takes an “integrated” approach to healing. By this, we believe that healing the mind, body and spirit is the best path to recovery. We have our clients attend individual, group and/or family therapy while encouraging an exercise plan. As a Faith Based Organization, we welcome individuals of all faiths and individuals with no faiths.
I work with women in the San Diego women, making house calls as a Personal Trainer. I have found that getting regular exercise has helped my healing journey and keeps me in a positive state of health and well being. I absolutely love to empower other women to be the strongest and healthiest version of themselves. I believe a fitness program needs to be unique, personalized for each of my clients. Please contact me if you need some extra motivation, accountability, want to learn some new exercises or simply want me to cheer you on!
What’s This For?
Getting Ready: Your Journal to Help You Deal with and Heal from Sexual Harassment encourages us to routinely gather with 2 or 3 friends in our trusted circle.
Second Sunday Gatherings is a virtual support group established to discuss empowering ways to deal with and heal from the sexual harassment you have been or anticipate experiencing, no matter where you are in the world.
During our virtual Second Sunday Gatherings, we will discuss the weekly scenario from the journal, explore our insights and plans to deal and heal from our own story and share our ideas and resources with each other. We can also troubleshoot any questions or concerns you have and direct you to resources that might be able to help you.
When do we meet?
The virtual Second Sunday Gatherings happen from 3-5 pm Pacific on the second Sunday of every month throughout the year.
All those who wish to positively, proactively and purposefully deal with and heal from sexual harassment are welcome. This includes survivors, victims, witnesses, and the local and national professionals dedicated to helping us do this work!
Why Should I Attend?
Join for a bit, or stay for the entire 2 hours to:
- Meet and learn from other victims and witnesses on the same path as you.
- Support and offer comfort to others.
- Gain new insights from those on this journey.
- Find and learn about professionals and other resources that can help you.
What Should I Bring?
Bring a buddy, if you like.
Bring your copy of your Getting Ready journal.
Grab something to eat or drink.
Find a comfortable place to sit.
If you don't yet have your journal, download the scenario of the week.
How do I sign up?
You will need to become a member of our private Facebook Group. To do that click on the link below, click on the Join button, then answer the membership questions and agree to the terms of the group.
We look forward to you joining the group!
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