There IS hope A survivor has a message for JCW – and for other survivors.   Dearest Shana Aaronson, Shulamit Morris and JCW, I feel awed that I’d been given the privilege of getting help by such amazing individuals who are part of an amazing organization like JCW. What I’ve been through cannot be described… even to other […]

There IS hope

A survivor has a message for JCW – and for other survivors.

 

Dearest Shana Aaronson, Shulamit Morris and JCW,

I feel awed that I’d been given the privilege of getting help by such amazing individuals who are part of an amazing organization like JCW.

What I’ve been through cannot be described… even to other survivors. I know the feeling that there isn’t hope, that no one can help me, and that I’m all alone in this. But I want to tell you — all of you out there — that there is hope, especially when this amazing organization gets involved and is there for you every step of the way. It’s heartwarming to see how they much they give to help others; to help people like me.

I wanted to get specific help that I didn’t think was possible to get. I felt that I needed that specific help in order to move on in life and heal. JCW didn’t let me give up. They fought together with me and we got that help in the end.

Again, I have no words to thank you for all you’ve done for me. I will always appreciate you being there for me when I needed you the most.

Thank you JCW for being there for me and for the rest of us. The world needs more people like those in JCW. Thank you, thank you and thank you again!!!

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