New support group for childhood sexual abuse victims | Bonney Lake
On Friday, April 25 Breaking Silence, a survivor-run support group for adults 18 and older who are victims of childhood sexual abuse, will hold its first meeting.
The group will meet on the fourth Friday of every month from 6:30 until 8 p.m. at the Prairie Ridge Community Service Center in Bonney Lake.
The group is a share and tell style support group. Breaking Silence also hosts an active support group that meets at the Auburn YMCA.
For additional information you can contact Alicia Heck at Alicia@BreakingSilence.info.
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