Advocates from Womankind showcase their Moving Ahead Positively (MAP) Model. Survivor-centered, trauma-informed, and culturally nuanced, MAP is an integrated practice model developed to help survivors transcend beyond trauma and progress on an individualized path to healing. The relationship between survivor and advocate helps to foster trust, hope, harmony, and a sense of belonging.  

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