Personalized Support for People Who have Been Affected by Sexual Assault
Find people like yourself who are learning how to heal past wounds and live a healthier life.
OneHealth is excited to offer you:
A complimentary membership
A healing community of people who are supporting each other
Access to resources
Life management and other practical solutions
Once you join you will be able to attend free weekly online meetings about abuse.
Meetings are held in our online chat room.
You are not alone. The OneHealth community is ready to support your health goals in a safe and secure place today. We hope to meet you here!
Nick’s in Georgetown on the Waterfront
June, 19, 2014 – 5-8pm
CRE’s 13 year celebration party sponsored by HOAR Construction and Nick’s.
Twitter Hashtag: #CREnetworking
Join us for professional networking, a raffle, and surprise special guests! Pre-order VIP tickets for a special price of only $50 which includes a drink ticket, a raffle ticket, food sponsored by Nick’s and an autographed book from PAVE Founder Angela Rose, seen on the Oprah Winfrey Network, CNN and Today Show. Click here for more info on her book. VIP TICKETS HERE….
Published on Apr 29, 2014
President Obama, Vice President Biden, Daniel Craig, Benicio Del Toro, Dulé Hill, Seth Meyers and Steve Carell on putting an end to sexual assault. http://www.whitehouse.gov/1is2many
Laura Dunn, Executive Director & Founder of SurvJustice, a PAVE Partner
She was recently seen on MSNBC – click here.
SERVICES of SurvJustice:
SURVIVOR ASSISTANCE: CIVIL RIGHTS COMPLAINTS
ACTIVIST EMPOWERMENT: LEGISLATIVE EFFORTS, MEDIA RESPONSE, GRASSROOTS CAMPAIGNS
INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT: EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
Set to song I’m Movin’ On by Rascal Flatts, PAVE Ambassador Samantha Beach gives us a look at how she overcame pastoral abuse and some facts on abuse within the church.
A National Movement to HELP: Heal, Educate, Lead, Prevent
A Positive, Proactive Approach That Engages Men & Women to work together to eradicate campus sexual assault
HELP is a National Movement to: Heal Survivors, Educate Key Segments, Lead the Charge to Transform & Prevent Campus Sexual Assault
HELP The Movement strategy delivered by PAVE Founder Angela Rose to the White House on February 21, 2014.
HELP: A Holistic Approach - Combatting the issue of sexual assault requires a cutting edge, cross-disciplinary approach that encompasses top-down and bottom-up strategies engaging students, faculty and administration to be a part of the solution. It needs to be inclusive of all stakeholders and communities including LGBTQ and other under-served populations with a focus on prevention, education of key segments and include an arm of healing and survivor support. Having brought together dozens of leading national organizations, PAVE is launching a coordinated, national effort in 2014 to galvanize the movement on college campuses across the country to HELP: Heal, Educate, Lead & Prevent
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PLEASE DONATE to support our crucial efforts:
Julia Dixon has been invited to participate in the White House taskforce to combat campus sexual assault. The event is right around the corner, Friday Feb 21 so this is an immediate request…every bit helps! We need to help raise funds to get her there – please consider donating and help us meet our goal of $500. HELP US GET SURVIVOR VOICES IN THE WHITE HOUSE!
BREAKING NEWS – Julia was featured on BBC on Feb 19 – CLICK HERE
Julia Dixon was born and raised in a suburb of Akron, Ohio. She graduated in 2011 from The University of Akron where she received a Bachelor’s degree in English, with minor concentrations in Spanish and Professional Writing. Julia was raped in her dorm her first week at Akron, completely changing the course of her college experience. The subsequent events of that crime, which ended in court with a plea of “guilty” a year and a half later, lead her to realize the importance of speaking out in light of injustice and fighting for the rights of others. In 2014, Julia filed a Clery complaint against her university for mishandling her case and that of several other students. She hopes that creating dialogue will remove the stigmas of assault, allowing education and understanding to flow through our nation to the people who most need it.
CLICK HERE to read about Julia Dixon in NEWSWEEK