Silent Screams Inc.
Community connection and resource service for sexual assault survivors
Contact: 1855-744-5550, local:972-850-8036
Are you a silent screamer? Do you need a safe place to share your story?
Silent Screams Inc. is a service committed to offering quality resources to survivors of sex crimes. Victimization leaves many with anxiety disorders, addictions, low self-esteem, shattered trust, hopelessness, suicidal thoughts, etc. Silent Screams has a virtual network of professionals, services and support groups ready to encourage you to overcome the effects of trauma through gaining mental and emotional wellness. Our clients are both female and male.
Resources For Survivors
The advocate helps the victim get acclimated in the process of recovery. They assist survivors in navigating through the
Attorneys help the survivor through the legal process. Felony cases are filed by the District Attorney. Civil cases can be filed by the victim. Find an attorney with experience in sex assault cases.
Children’s services focus on the needs of children 17 years of age or younger. CPS, foster care, child support groups, trauma services, family shelters, etc.
Mental health disorder is a wide range of conditions that affects our emotional, psychological, mental and social well-being. Sexual assault survivors experience mental health challenges.
Professional counselors and therapists are very important to a sex crime survivor. They help the survivor navigate the different degrees of grief and trauma.
A shelter is a temporary place of residence for domestic violence and sex crime survivors who find themselves homeless or in danger due to a crime committed against them.
Human trafficking is the action of illegally transporting people from one country or state to another for the purpose of sexual exploitation.
Support groups are safe environments for victims of sex crimes that provide encouragement, empowerment, empathy, and understanding They are very beneficial for the healing journey.
Silent Screams Speaks
Gentle tears were rolling down my face when I was first told of my diagnosis. I didn’t know what to do, how to think. Thoughts started bombarding my mind. What do I do now? What do I need to change? Who do I tell? How should I feel, etc? My thoughts didn’t know where to go, where to park.
The doctors had just completed a procedure, Transesophageal Electrocardiogram, to determine if surgery would benefit my health situation. The procedure went well but the diagnosis didn’t. Surgery was either too dangerous, or it would not work. The doctor estimated that without surgery I had only a certain amount of years left. That was a big pill to swallow. Of course, I planned to get a second opinion. What do you do when you are given a terminal diagnosis? There’s no right response to a terminal diagnosis. Denial, anger, fear, depression, anxiety, hopelessness, and confusion are just some of the emotional battles. It is common not to initially accept the diagnosis.
After the procedure and learning my diagnosis I went home. Still dizzy from the procedure, I laid on my couch. In my dizziness I talked to God and asked Him, “God, what do I do?” In my spirit I felt Him say, “Keep doing what you are doing.” I could do that, but my immediate challenge was how do I keep my thoughts intact and not allow the diagnosis of dying – in months or years consume my mind. He must have intervened because, to my surprise, it was not hard at all. If I concentrated on not changing my daily routine, I was fine. In fact, it was easy. Sometimes I forget about the diagnosis altogether and that feels good! My body began to feel better as well. Wow!
More Survivor Helps – Call 972-850-8036 for additional services and information
Types of Sex Crimes
Assault Do's and Dont's
How to Respond to a Suvrivor
Chart of Reporting Choices
Volunteers & Donations
Help us continue to make a difference in the lives of survivors and the community.
We need volunteers and donations are always acceptable.
Call 972-850-8036 if you are interested in volunteering.
Silent Screams Inc. is a 501c3 charity organization. Your gift is tax-deductible.
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