Parental Care Catholic Charities of Eastern Virginia – Counseling, assistance and support when caring for your parents. Offices in Virginia Beach, Norfolk,  Chesapeake, Suffolk, Newport News and  Williamsburg. FMI: 467-7707 50+ & Better Senior Activities Center –  Provides fun activities for seniors on the Peninsular: Professional Exercise instructions, In line Dancing and more. Meets Mon & Wed 10 am - 1 pm.  Mrs. Wheeler 826-4322 ext 117 or 826-3127. Cornerstone Assembly of God, 55 Tide Mill Lane Hampton, VA Respite Care Program Gives a short break to caregivers who care for their senior loved ones. Respite workers are screened with background checks and come from a variety of faiths and professional backgrounds. They are independent contractors working thru Catholic Charities of Hampton Roads, and are paid directly by the family. However, families needing assistance may qualify for a subsidy.  FMI: Jeannette Heiney at jheiney@cceva.org
Survivors Not Victims (SNV) – helps victims of sex abuse to rebuild their life and self-esteem. They provide educational programs, counseling, training, comfort, support, and empowerment to be a survivor, not a victim. FMI: (757) 251-2441 or visit www.HelpingSurvivors.com COMPASS - Sexual Abuse and Domestic Violence Programs for schools, youth organizations, churches. Survivor workshops. 430-8686 www.asafersociety.org Victory Home – Whether abused, addicted, or abandoned, people can receive healing, hope and help through the power of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Geneva Park Ministries, 2400 Gilmerton Rd, Ches..  487-2633   Response YWCA – Sexual Assault  ~  625-4248 HELPLINE: 622-4300
Seniors / Adult Care Ministries Sexual Abuse / Domestic Violence Support Overcoming Sexual Addiction Ministries
Seniors / Adult Care Ministries
Sexual Abuse / Domestic Vilence Support and Assistance
Overcoming Sexual Addiction
Pastoral Care Life Groups offers Falling Forward –  a closed, 20-week, Biblical group for men trapped in habitual sexual sin, and L .I.F.E. Guide for Spouses, for women or men married to sexual addicts. FMI: Pastor Randall Corey - (757) 407-1735, rlcpsalm71@gmail.com. Living Waters --- a sexual and relational brokenness program for men and women. Scripture based. Hope Community Church, 28 Harpersville Rd., Newport News. FMI: 595-8490 or visit www.hopeonline.cc SALT – A program for men with sexual addictions. Hope Community Church, 28 Harpersville Rd., Newport News, FMI: 595- 8490 or visit www.hopeoneline.cc Regeneration Addiction Recovery Group –  Regeneration is a faith based addiction recovery group that deals with all types of addictions alcohol, drugs, gambling, pornography, sexual addiction, eating disorders, and cutting. we meet every Tuesday and Friday night from 7:30 pm til 9 pm at Wave Church 1000 north Great Neck rd. Virgina Beach, VA. 23454 7pm There are no special start dates and anyone can come.
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The Church Guide first exposed the nasty presence  of sex trafficking in the Hampton Roads area in a  feature article presented in our March 2011 issue. If  you would like to read that article and gain a better  understanding of this horrible injustice to so many  girls and boys, Visit www.TheChurchGuide.com  and click “Featured Articles.”  Many thanks to  Patrick and Lori McKenna with the Virginia Beach  Justice Initiative and Jennifer Wafefield with Tears  In Action Project, on the information provided to  help write this follow-up.
Imagine what a lifetime of  sexual abuse could do to a person's  mind? The National Center for Missing  and Exploited Children estimates that  more than 100,000 children in the  United States are victims of sex  trafficking.  Sadly, too many people in  Hampton Roads are still oblivious to  the number of young girls and boys  being transported to Hampton Roads  for the purpose of performing sex  acts. Just three months ago, two  North Carolina women brought a 13-  year-old girl to Virginia to work as a  prostitute.  Whitney Rachell Hayes  and Rachael Michelle Masingene  pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of  transporting a minor across states  lines for prostitution. 
In July of 2101, Roberto  Darden of Newport News and Ujima  Crudup of Hampton were arrested for  taking advantage of a vulnerable teen  and blackmailing her into prostitution.