“You Have Saved a Life”

Harmony (Dust) Grillo Blog, Outreach 2 Comments

Day in and day out, women reach out to Treasures to share their deep cry for help and their depth of need of support. One rewarding facet to answering a phone call at Treasures is hearing a sigh of relief from a caller when she realizes that help and support is available for her. We want you to see firsthand the impact …

Transformation : Treasures Value #4

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Transformation Treasures Value #4   “For to be free is not merely to cast off one’s chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others.” Nelson Mandela   We are passionate about equipping women on the journey from survivor, to overcomer, to liberator*. We are driven to not only see them overcome the pain …

10 Things We Could Do If We Didn’t Love Porn So Much

Harmony (Dust) Grillo Sex & Porn Addiction, Uncategorized 3 Comments

I thought this was an interesting perspective…  I wonder what else we could do! What would happen if all of that time and resource was used to support prevention, education, and restoration?? 10 Things We Could Do If We Didn’t Love Porn So Much by Matthew Warner A few years ago I did some rough calculations: There are about 25.5 million …

TREASURES TRAINING ATTENDEE INTERVIEW

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TREASURES TRAINING: ATTENDEE INTERVIEW If you have been considering attending one of our national outreach training, you can hear from one of our recent trained network members, Kelly Master in South Jersey, about her personal experience. Kelly attended our April training in Pasadena, California. Within 2-3 weeks of returning, she had launched their first strip club outreach in South Jersey. 1.When …

Don’t Believe the Lies…

Harmony (Dust) Grillo Blog, Life After Sex Work, Straight from Harmony's Heart 3 Comments

  “Watch your thoughts, they become words.? Watch your words, they become actions.? Watch your actions, they become habits.?” -Frank Outlaw Fourteen years ago, I believed a lot of lies. They were so woven into the fabric of my being that they became my personal truth. I believed that I was worthless, stupid, and unlovable.  I believed that I was …