JANUARY 2013 – RECLAIM KEEPS EXPANDING
Since 1995, Dr. Kaye has helped over a thousand victims of sexual abuse.
Since 2008, ReClaim has helped over 500 survivors of sexual abuse.
We have helped over 300 ReClaimers heal from childhood sexual abuse.
We have helped victims expose over 400 perpetrators.
We have helped victims prosecute perpetrators in eleven states.
ReClaim is now represented in 18 states and three countries.
We have a voice and this is just the beginning.
We will help the world stand up against childhood sexual abuse.
ABOUT US: We are women. We are Reclaimers.
We are women; we are Reclaimers, who have gained our lives back from the shattering impact of our childhood sexual abuse. We have reclaimed who we are. We are now working on becoming who we were supposed to become, who we would be by now, if we had not ever been sexually abused. Although we may have looked normal on the outside, the development of our inner-self was halted, because of sexual abuse.
We are the Reclaimers. we have reclaimed our lives, from our sexual abuse. We’ve taken the tape off our mouth. We have spoken up. We intend to be a loud voice. We have told our stories. We told on our perpetrator. We are speaking up about sexual abuse. We are speaking up loudly: No More — Silent Crimes, Silent Children.
We are looking for the hearts of people who can’t take this blight on humanity anymore, especially on our children, and on the adults who still suffer from the impact of their abuse. If you were sexually abused, I pray you speak up. I pray you will help us stop sexual abuse. I pray that you will help us heal others from sexual abuse. (To help: contact us or donate today.)
We have understanding now. To say that we are passionate about helping women get set free from the pain of sexual abuse is stating our mission mildly. We hate, despise, abhor, detest, and loathe sexual abuse, particularly the lifetime sentence that this silent crime imposes on children who are forced to keep it quiet, especially those who were never protected by anyone.
We are enraged about the enormous growth of sexual abuse, primarily that these silent crimes continue to go unreported. We agonize for all children who are keeping silent about their sexual abuse, especially the little ones who are forced to keep these secrets, because they have no one to go to for “real” help. (Coming Soon: How to Defend Your Child)
We grieve the most because all too often the wrong person gets punished. It’s the child who lives out the life sentence of secrecy and inner-pain from this silent crime. Yet, the perpetrators, in vast numbers, roam free, seeking his next victim. This system is twisted. There’s something seriously wrong with this picture. We must change it. We must teach our children how to confidently speak up, and to know how to describe their molestation – so that they are never, ever controlled, in any way, by a perpetrator. Then, we must also teach the adults to respond to any report of child abuse appropriately. (Coming Soon: How To Defend Your Child.)
We Cannot Tolerate Silent Crimes, Silent Children.
We are the Reclaimers. We have reclaimed our lives, from our sexual abuse. We’ve taken the tape off our mouth. We told our stories. We told who our perpetrator was. We are speaking up about sexual abuse. We are speaking up loudly: No More — Silent Crimes, Silent Children. We kept his (or her) little secret way too long. It is his shame not ours.
We Want You to Help Us Stop Sexual Abuse.
We are looking for the hearts of people who can’t take the blight of childhood sexual abuse on humanity anymore, especially on our children, and on the adults who still suffer from the impact of their abuse. If you were sexually abused, we pray you speak up. We pray you will help us stop sexual abuse. We pray that you will help us heal others from sexual abuse. (Click here for Battle Cry for Mothers)