The Survivor Alliance is a group of abuse survivors coming together to
raise awareness about the different kinds of abuse that exist in our
society today. Whether it's physical, mental, or sexual abuse, TSA is
here to educate and elliminate future abuse. Through teaming up with
individuals and other organizations, TSA hopes to become a powerhouse
within many communities in educating what to recognize and how to
prevent abuse. Not only are we focused on preventing abuse, but
stopping it as well. Stopping abuse as soon as possible is detrimental
to the development of the child who is experiencing it. Many of us who
were abused as children do agree that if the abuse had stopped years or
even months before it did, our lives would be different. The longer it
goes on, the more it harms development. That is why The Survivor
Alliance wants to make sure that knowledge regarding the signs of abuse
is relayed to educators and anyone who works with children. Even
though more and more people who work with children are educated in what
to recognize, there are still many more out there who need to know what
the signs are and what to do in the case that they encounter a case in
which they suspect a child is being abused. Still, when the signs are
recognized, there is self-doubt. It is better to be wrong than to be
right and do nothing.
Survivors in the Park 2008 Hosted by The Survivor Alliance April 26th and 27th 2008. Click HERE for more information and how you can become a part of this spectacular event for survivors by survivors.
- Seeking survivor stories. If you would like to tell your story on our site, go to the new
Survivor stories page in the navigation bar.
- UPDATE!!!! Still Seeking contributions for our e-zine launching in early next year. You can write about anything.
- COMING SOON!!! A complete listing of laws in each state regarding child abuse and sentencing guidelines. Also included will be any ongoing legislation regarding prospective child abuse laws. Check the state laws page to see the current listing.
Healing Through Creativity held their annual Survivor Art
Festival through the month of July. Ginger was a presenter there this
year and it was certainly a wonderful event to be a part of. Check it
out here: http://www.healingthroughcreativity.org
Welcome to the website for The Survivor Alliance.
to view and sign child abuse petitions: