Wednesday, February 16, 2011

United With One Voice!

The teen behavorial modification industry is a billion dollar business leaving a trail of human wreckage in its wake. In February 20012, survivors who were abused as children in child care facilities will come together in Long Beach, CA for healing, empowerment and to share their stories with the world!

"What I want to do is bring about awareness, empowerment and healing to adults who have been in these types of circumstance."

Jodi Hobbs
President of SIA Organization
and survivor of facility in Ramona, CA

"I am happy to no longer be alone. Yet heartbroken, that there are so many of us. Together I really believe, we can finally be heard!"

survivor of facility in Arcadia, LA.

The Survivors of Institutional Abuse invite you to join us as we stand united with one voice!

For more info:

Oregon is one of the few states trying to do something about a national problem.

from: Child Abuse Bill goes to House Judiciary Committee

HB2721 has been introduced in Oregon to repeal Oregon's religious defenses to homicide, manslaughter and ciminal mistreatment of children so that all laws will require all parents to obtain medical care for sick children, regardles of their religious beliefs.

The House Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing on this bill on Feburary 21. Please urge your state legislator to vote for HB2721.

For more information, please contact "Children's Healthcare Is a Legal Duty" at 503-584-1455 and the email is: