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The Survivor Stories Project

Caring Unlimited created the Survivor Stories Project (SSP) in 2013 in an effort to raise awareness about domestic abuse and violence experienced by women, men and children here in York County, Maine.

Through the SSP we collect stories written by survivors of abuse to be read by volunteer readers at presentations during National Domestic Awareness Month in October.

2019 Survivor Stories Project

Thursday, October 24, 2019
6- 7:00 PM (Doors open at 5:30)
Reception 7:00- 7:30
Desserts, Cash Bar

Maine Repertory Theater
Pepperell Mill
40 Main St., Bldg 13, Suite 131
Biddeford, ME

The SSP Performance is a free event open to the public.

Submit a Story

Writing and sharing our stories is a powerful way to raise awareness about domestic violence in our community, as well as a way to help heal from abuse we’ve experienced.

Through the Survivor Stories Project we collect stories written by survivors of abuse (stories can be submitted anonymously) to be read by volunteer readers at our Survivor Stories Project performance during National Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October.  The identities of authors remain confidential to preserve confidentiality and safety for all participants.

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Become a Volunteer Reader

To demonstrate the fact that anyone can experience abuse, raise awareness to the truth that domestic violence affects all of us, and to preserve the confidentiality of the authors of the stories, volunteers will read all the stories at the performances.

Learn More and Submit Your Name

Questions or FMI:

email: egormley@caring-unlimited.org
call: 207-490-3227 x107