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Support Eastbourne Survivors

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About our cause

Eastbourne Survivors is a support group for adults who were sexually abused in their childhood. We run drop in groups , small therapy groups, individual counselling and creative workshops. We also run a helpline and maintain an active website . More than ever we need funds to help increasing numbers of survivors coming forward . Make no mistake sometimes this is a life and death cause to offer hope where there has been none and to provide healing when nothing before has worked .

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