"When I am with horses, I am not shy, weak or empty. When I'm riding, no matter how many times I might fall, I'm not broken. I'm safe."
Colors of Hope
When it comes to sexual abuse, the problem is more common than one might think. And, because less than half of sexual abuse is reported, it could be more prevalent than most people are willing to admit.
Therefore, it is important to carefully consider sexual abuse, and how to stop it.
One way is education. It is important for teens and adults to understand that sexual abuse is wrong, and that it can encompass a variety of sex acts, and that fear, impaired judgment (due to drugs, alcohol or mental state) and coercion can lead to sexual abuse, even though the victim may not actively resist.
We’re here to educate, empower & Enrich lives through our Equine Restoration Certification Program
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What We Stand For
Colors of Hope is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit and our objective is to be one of the world’s leading Equine Restoration, Enrichment, and Empowerment Programs for organizations around the globe who rescue individuals affected by sexual abuse and sex trafficking.