We believe and acknowledge: that all identities are valuable and affect the way we respond to trauma.
We are committed: to providing safe spaces to proactively explore these intersections and the impact they have on healing.
We believe: that healing comes from community support and that survivors deserve to be met where they feel safe and comfortable
We trust: survivors to define community
We are committed: to helping those survivor-identified communities make a positive impact.
We believe: that survivors are the experts in their own lives and needs
We are committed: to supporting survivor autonomy
We believe: that talking about violence is an act of bravery
We are committed: to having the courage to amplify survivor voices and seek new and creative approaches to prevention and healing.
We believe: that the conditions that allow violence to occur must be transformed in order to have true justice
We are committed: to exploring ways to ensure safety and accountability without perpetuating systems of inequity and abuse of power.