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Your Guide to Dealing with Crime
Sometimes you may find yourself in an unexpected situation like a crime, whether you have been accused of a crime or have been the victim of one, there are probably many thoughts and feelings running through your mind. The Survivors Club has guides to help you or a loved one through such a difficult time.
If you are ever the victim of assualt and battery, you need to understand why this is considered a crime. But do not be confused by any of the legal definitions, any attack on you is a crime. Assualt can happen in your home or on the street. The Survivors Club offers you this guide as a resource if you have experienced assualt or just want to learn more. Start your Journey to Recovery
Sexual assault happens when a person is forced to have sex that he or she didn't agree to. According to The Rape, Abuse, Incest National Network (RAINN) some 16% of all women will experience sexual assault in their lifetime and over 3% of men will too. Sexual assault is never the victims fault. If you have experience sexual assault seek out help with a trusted person or group immediately. If you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted, this Survivors Club guide is meant to help in the process of healing. Start Your Journey to Recovery
Theft is the taking of another person's property without them granting willful consent. Although the average cost of a stolen item in the United States is under $1000, the result of this criminal behavior may affect lives in many ways. Financial loss may include not only the cost of the stolen item(s), but lost time from work, insurance deductibles, and many other inconveniences. This guide from The Survivors Club offers you resources for you if you or a loved one have experienced theft. Start Your Journey
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