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Audio Resources - Library of Hope

RC Audio Library

"To provide motivation to help global survivors become empowered thrivers."

Removing Chains survivor support site provides the Audio Resources Library, a section of Ark of Hope for Children's Library of Hope, as a resource to assist survivors.  It is our hope that it serves you, or someone you know, with inspiration and helpful tools that can help move the survivor forward towards becoming a thriver. While we find portions to be useful, none of these resources serve as any kind of a diagnosis, or replacement for therapy, but as a possible source for insight or method of support.
These are posts and links to recorded audio resources we have found helpful. As much as possible they are separated by topic and tags to make your search easier. Each audio and accompanying article has a share button. If you appreciate them please share from our original article using the share tools provided.

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For other audio, video, image and reading self-help survivor resources please visit the Library of Hope main page.

Our Chain Breakers Equipping Library for advocates and our volunteers can be found on our Ark of Hope for Children nonprofit site by clicking the link. There you can download or share advocacy images, audio, video and reading resources curated by Ark of Hope for Children to mobilize advocates for survivors of human trafficking, child abuse and bullying.

If you have suggestions for any of these resources areas please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

If you recommend an article, audio or video file that is already online be sure to include the link. We will have to request permission to use the article exactly as is, or linked to it while quoting certain portions in our own article. So if you know the author, asking for advanced permission and a contact email for us would be a huge help. Sometimes the author may not be willing which will save us valuable time.

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