The last few weeks have given us all a taste of what it’s like to feel isolated. Sadly, this is how many survivors of sexual assault feel on a daily basis. And with no end date in sight. That’s why we provide life-affirming music therapy to survivors in crisis. But in order to move our services from in person meetings to virtual ones at this time, we need your help.Take the challenge
We believe music has the power to change hearts and minds. Through our album projects, concert events, speaking engagements and music-based arts initiatives, we aim to educate people on the survivor’s journey, while advocating for the rights of all survivors.
That’s nearly 321,500 victims a year. Here’s how music therapy helps. The road to healing after sexual violence can be difficult.
This is where music can have a powerful and positive effect. Music therapy provides a bridge to be able to explore something that’s difficult to talk about – an important step in the survivor’s journey towards healing.
times more likely to suffer from depression
times more likely to suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder
times more likely to abuse alcohol
times more likely to abuse drugs
times more likely to contemplate suicide
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