Taking Back Ourselves is dedicated to recovery for women survivors of sexual abuse and assault by providing Weekends of Recovery & Nights of Healing across the country.
Taking Back Ourselves is committed to empowering women survivors of sexual abuse to be whole, healed and connected to others. TBO serves survivors of sexual assault, incest, sexual trafficking, campus rape, religious abuse, military sexual assault, abuse in sports and the arts, work place sexual abuse, survivors of domestic violence, survivors of war, and survivors of tribal and racial violence.
When women survivors experience community and healing in a safe and an embodied way, then everybody—men, children, our planet— is better off.
Nights of Healing 2019
To celebrate the resilience of the human spirit and share the journey of recovery through art, music, and stories.
Whether you have experienced sexual abuse in your family, in your church or temple, in a school or in sports, in the military or in your workplace, we welcome you and those caregivers, families or friends who support you. Nights of Healing provide a space to join together in lifting the veil of secrecy and shame of sexual trauma. By bringing the issue of sexual abuse and assault out from the shadows, Nights of Healing create an opening for increased awareness and to recognize that healing is truly possible.
There are personal stories about with a panel of both women and men survivors who speak about the gifts and challenges of recovery, a survivor art exhibit, information about what is available for survivors in your community, and a chance to share together as a community. This is an opportunity for all survivors to ask questions, and to find resources and support.
A NIGHT OF HEALING
July 28, 2019
American Institute of Alternative Medicine
6685 Doubletree Avenue
Columbus, OH 43229
Doors open at 6:30pm
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Weekends of Recovery
"TBO creates a network of friendships and relationships that help me on my journey to know that I am never alone and I no longer have to hide in shame." - Participant 2017