Tommy’s mother had him meet with a CAPSA therapist because he gets mad like his dad. Tommy worked with other therapists, but none understood the complexity of what Tommy experienced or how he still feels about his dad.
After three months of working with CAPSA, Tommy hugged his mother and said, “I love you and I am sorry that Dad was so mean.”
Sara always wanted to go to college, but her abuser got jealous when she was around other men. He prevented her from going to college or getting a job.
After leaving her abuser, CAPSA helped Sara securing a scholarship and she recently graduated with a BS in Nursing and a dream job at a hospital.
Charity’s relationships always fall apart soon after it becomes physical. As a child, her uncle molested her and she never felt safe with intimacy.
Charity really likes her new boyfriend and this time she doesn’t want it to fall apart. She began meeting with a CAPSA therapist to help her work through the trauma from her childhood. Though she has a lot of healing to go, she now feels safe with him.
CAPSA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit domestic violence, sexual abuse, and rape recovery center serving Cache County and the Bear Lake area. They provide support services for women, men, and children impacted by abuse. All of their services are FREE and confidential. Services provided; emergency shelter, 24-hour support line, advocacy and support services, therapy, and children services.