||National Association of Adult Survivors of Child Abuse
National Association of Adult Survivors of Child Abuse
CSA Survivor Force
The mission of CSA Survivor Force is to provide factual information about child sexual abuse (CSA) in a gripping manner to all forms of mass media to inform and educate large populations, reduce the stigma to discuss the topic, and affect change in individual and societal behaviors, policies and procedures across the U.S. and the world.
Child sexual abuse can be prevented and treated with a conscious and sustained effort.
Member - CSA Survivor Force:
||Elizabeth Sullivan - Minnesota based activist
651 / 300-9180
www.EmpowerSurvivors.net - NAASCA volunteer
is the founder and director of "Empower Survivors"
(www.EmpowerSurvivors.net) an organization which provides “safe spaces” and peer support for
the adult survivor of childhood sexual abuse.
She's also a proud member of the all-volunteer NAASCA
family, and routinely appears on the NAASCA talk radio show, “Stop Child Abuse Now.”
recently became a CSA Survivor Force member and is herself a survivor of childhood sexual
abuse and rape.
As an adult survivor of childhood sexual abuse who stayed silent until the age of 42 years old,
Elizabeth knows all too well what the effects of childhood sexual abuse and how the silence surrounding
abuse effects the mind, body and spirit of the person sexually abused in childhood.
Because of this she's made it her life’s mission to support the adult survivor.
As an advocate, she provides resources to those affected by abuse and educates the public and media on the signs, symptoms and effects of CSA, childhood sexual abuse through Empower Survivors and NAASCA.
Elizabeth is also actively engaged in programs that help to empower the child and educate the adult in the prevention of childhood sexual abuse and aid in the the educational elements that will help bring to light discussion on one of our worst epidemics, childhood sexual abuse.