Conversations That Matter: Sexual Assault Advocacy Panel
By Save Our Families
Save Our Families partnered with Melissa Santana and Amber Worthy to have a brief discussion on healthy ways to cope with sexual assault, understanding what an advocate can and will do during the legal process, and other important information to guide someone through the traumatic experience of sexual assault.
*It’s important for us to note that we are not providing any legal counsel or medical advice.
Written by : Kristy F. Steele
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