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Be The
Change
There are many ways to prevent sexual abuse and to support survivors in our community.
It starts with you.
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5 Things You Can Do Right Now to Make Your Barn Safer

Preventing abuse can feel like a daunting and overwhelming task. But there are simple things everyone can do to make the barn a safe space for riders and trainers alike.
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What to Say When a Survivor Discloses their Abuse to You

You may be unsure how to respond to someone who discloses that they’ve been sexually assaulted to you. Being there as a trusted ally is an incredibly important and difficult role. These tips can help you navigate the disclosure conversation with care and compassion.
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How to Report Abuse

You have options. Whether you just need to talk to someone confidentially or you're ready to make a formal complaint, there are resources and people standing by 24/7 to help.
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Self Care for Survivor Supporters

Supporting a survivor can bring up memories of past trauma and feelings of helplessness, anger, fear and sadness. It's imperative that you take care of yourself when taking on a caretaker role.
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