Some of the survivor accounts may contain material that you may find triggering.
Neesha’s Story is one of a childhood robbed, but it is also a story about hope, she has been at the very bottom and knows how it feels. Her message is simple, find help, it’s out there.
David felt isolated and alone, he felt there was no-one he could turn to that would believe him. His message is to be brave and get support because there are people out there who will listen.
Ruby didn't think anyone could really help her, but she decided to give CRASAC a chance.
‘Thank you’ from a man who waited over 30 years to find support. "Sitting here and enjoying my life, I had this overwhelming urge to write a few words for you. This little rhyme is to say thank you. “
"We’re not just a number or statistic or anything, we’re living people who do need that help and we need to rebuild our lives because our lives have been shattered through no fault of our own."
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