YET STAND INC.
Supporting Sexual Abuse Survivors to:
Thrive. Flourish. & Prosper.
Did you know?
That people subjected to the trauma of sexual abuse are more likely to suffer:
Addiction > Suicide > Depression > Anxiety > PTSD and a host of other mental and physical issues.
Yet Stand Inc.'s founder, Elaine Crocker, can also give testament to the fact that
survivors of sexual abuse can be triumphant and stand victorious.
Not just from her own story, that is eloquently reenacted in, Yet I Stand (the Play), but from the numerous people she has talked to and who have shared their stories of healing and wholeness.
Yet Stand Inc. is passionate and committed to educating
our communities and supporting sexual abuse survivors.
YSI Saves Lives, Heal Families, & Support Communities
WE WANT OUR COMMUNITIES TO KNOW:
They are not powerless in their fight to reduce sexual assault in our communities;
Silence is not the answer;
That empowerment is possible through education and awareness; and
They can support survivors in our community.
WE WANT SURVIVORS TO KNOW:
They don't have to go it alone!
That they can heal!
They are heard!
They are not at fault!
There is life after the pain!
And they can
Thrive. Flourish. & Prosper
Click here to contact us for more information about how we can support your community.
*Survivors call 571-393-1693 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to get connected to support 24/7.
*Click here for YSI DUTY TO WARN & CONFIDENTIALITY STATEMENT.
NO information will be shared outside of YSI regarding your identity or any personal information that has been shared with us.
Duty to Warn
YSI does have the duty to report threats to harm self or others. Duty to warn can include contacting crisis or emergency services to ensure safety if someone discloses that they are suicidal and have a plan or intent to end their life. It can also include contacting law enforcement about a threat of harm to someone or their life.