"Tonight is my last night at Bradley Angle, and I want to share with you the hope, the empowerment, and the sisterhood I’ve found here."
"It’s so hard to watch an 11-year-old boy throw furniture because he’s so angry and hurt from all the stuff he has lived through."
"I came to Bradley Angle with nothing. I didn't know what I was getting myself into, but I knew what I was getting myself out of."
"At last I don’t wake huddled in a ball waiting for the next attack. My horizons have opened like wings."
"I felt alone. Like no one could understand. Bradley Angle's LQBTQ support group helped me heal with people whe accepted me for who I am."
"He threatened me. He threatened me all the time. And this time I was not going back."
"A common question I’m asked is, "Why did you stay so long?" I was relieved to learn that my experience was not unique."
"My soul too had been assaulted, and it was time for me to make a change."
"I was just focused on keeping us safe. That meant leaving. It also meant living in our car until I figured out something else."
"Leaving wasn’t an easy decision. I wanted to believe things would get better."