Our Goals for Pathways to Healing
- To ensure that survivors are respected, valued, and their voices are heard.
- To boldly lead the effort to end sexual violence in our communities.
- To be diligent in meeting the two critical components of the mission: directly supporting survivors through their healing and educating the community-at-large.
- To operate collaboratively, with other organizations, for the greater good.
Our Core Values
Who We Serve
Sexual violence affects people regardless of race, ethnicity, class, sexual and gender identity, religious affiliation, age, immigration status, and ability. Because survivors of sexual violence may experience the abuse in culturally specific ways, our counselors, educators, and advocates have received training to support survivors who represent the diverse communities represented in the Midlands. This includes, but is not limited to:
- LGBTQIA+ Survivors
- Survivors with Disabilities
- Deaf & Hard of Hearing Survivors
- Hispanic and Latino Survivors
- Immigrant Survivors
- Survivors with Limited English Proficiency
- Survivors of Human Trafficking
- Teen Survivors
- Survivors Serving in the Military
- Male Survivors
- Trafficking Survivors
- Secondary Survivors
- Professionals Exposed to Sexual Trauma