Hope Recovery is a nonprofit organization that specializes in supporting adult survivors of abuse and sexual trauma on the journey of healing. All of our services are virtual, so most individuals can receive support right from the comfort of their home.
If you are a survivor or know someone who is, please check out our support groups and our Trauma Resources page for resources you can use to work on recovery skills. We work hard to make sure you receive compassionate and understanding support and treatment. We offer a Christian-based track for those who request it. We do not evangelize or proselytize in any manner.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month
If you are a survivor of sexual assault, learn more about sharing your artwork or poetry this month on our website and see what others have shared.
Reasons to Seek Support & Treatment
You or your loved one has experienced some type of abuse as a child, violence from a spouse or dating partner, has been abused spiritually, experienced a form of sexual assault, or some other abusive trauma. You may be experiencing varying symptoms including posttraumatic stress disorder, dissociation, feelings of helplessness, eating disorders, and/or difficulty with relationships, boundaries, intimacy or more. Feeling you are alone in recovery is a reason to seek out support or treatment—there are others working on the journey of recovery at this time too. Even if we are not the program for you, find the one that does meet your needs!
Benefits of Services
- Increased socialization
- Opportunities to be involved
- Increased coping skills
- Increased healthy relationships
- Increased hope and self-esteem
- Increased support
If You’re In Crisis
We are unable to provide crisis assistance. If you or someone you care about is needing immediate assistance, contact your mental health provider, call 911 in the USA or your emergency services if internationally, go to the emergency room, or contact your local emergency responders.
Our support services are best used as a complement to professional treatment. Information and support services provided are NOT a replacement for professional treatment. If you are outside of our local area and do not have a therapist, we can provide links to websites that have therapists who are working in the field of trauma that you can determine if they are in your area.
Abuse & Sexual Trauma
The following are the types of abuse and sexual traumas that we provide support to survivors for.
- Date Rape
- Domestic Abuse
- Emotional Abuse
- Physical Abuse
- Rape/Attempted Rape
- Sexual Abuse/Sexual Assault
- Sex Trafficking
- Spiritual Abuse
Related Trauma Issues
- Addictions and Trauma
- Anxiety & Depression
- Dissociation & DID
- Eating Disorders & Trauma
- Faith Struggles
- Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Self-Injury (non-suicidal)
While this is not a comprehensive list, it gives you an idea of some of the issues that survivors may struggle with because of the abuse or sexual trauma they have experienced.
If You struggle with any of these due to your abuse or sexual trauma, there is hope.
Crisis Lines for Immediate Help
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Suicide Hotline: 800-SUICIDE (784-2433)
Abuse: 800-656-HOPE (4673)
Domestic Abuse: 800-799-SAFE (7233)
Human Trafficking: 888-373-7888
Self-Injury Helpline: 800-DONTCUT (366-8828)
Samaritans: England, Ireland, Scotland, & Wales
Befrienders Worldwide: (For International Help – Select Your Country)