DiscoverUtah Survivors
Utah Survivors
Claim Ownership

Utah Survivors

Author: Utah Survivors Podcast

Subscribed: 23Played: 422
Share

Description

A Different Kind of #TrueCrime Podcast. Each week we alternate interviews between survivors & nonprofits that help victims in similar situations.
64 Episodes
Reverse
Rabbi Avremi Zippel was abused by his family nanny for years and thought he was to blame until therapy taught him that he was a victim. In December of 2013, Avremi Zippel was ordained at the Rabbinical College of America in Morristown, NJ. After his marriage in January of 2014, Avremi and his wife, Sheina, moved to Utah to serve the Jewish community of Salt Lake City. Avremi and Sheina currently reside in Utah with their three children.In February of 2019, Avremi came forward and spoke p...
Survivor Voices: Elevate. Engage. Effect Change.Join us this week as we highlight different organizations and their roles in helping achieve the goals of National Crime Victims' Rights Week 2023!Today we talk with Danica Baird from the Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault's "Utah Sexual Violence Policy Alliance"Support the Show.
Survivor Voices: Elevate. Engage. Effect Change.Join us this week as we highlight different organizations and their roles in helping achieve the goals of National Crime Victims' Rights Week 2023!Today we talk with Erin Jemison from the Utah Domestic Violence Coalition.Support the Show.
Survivor Voices: Elevate. Engage. Effect Change.Join us this week as we highlight different organizations and their roles in helping achieve the goals of National Crime Victims' Rights Week 2023!Today we talk with Hilde Koenig from the Utah Office for Victims of Crime. Support the Show.
Brandon and Alex are joined by Brooke, Hannah, and Brittany from Fight Against Domestic Violence a relatively new nonprofit that provides much needed financial assistance to victims of domestic violence. Learn more about the programs, types of funds, volunteer opportunities, and how to donate at https://www.fadv.orgIf you are victim of domestic violence and are seeking help there are resources available: National- http://ncadv.org/Local-https://www.utahlegalservices.org/https://www....
This week we are doing a special episode highlighting legislation recently passed in Utah that affects victims of crime. Every April, the Justice Department’s Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) leads communities across the country in observing National Crime Victims’ Rights Week (NCVRW) to honor crime victims, promote their rights and recognize victim advocates. This year’s observance, the 41st annual commemoration, takes place April 24-30, 2022 with the theme: "Rights, access, equity for all ...
Brandon and Alex visit with UCASA staff Jocelyn and Nick to talk about UCASA and International Denim Day! Learn more about Denim Day here: https://www.denimdayinfo.org/Learn more about UCASA here: www.ucasa.orgIf you or someone you know is a victim of sexual assault or rape here are some national and local resources to help-National:https://www.rainn.org/about-national-sexual-assault-telephone-hotlinehttps://victimsofcrime.org/help-for-crime-victims/national-hotlines-and-helpful-linksLocal:ht...
This week Alex and Brandon are joined by Tanya McGrath, co-founder, and Krista Flink, projector director, of Bikers Against Domestic Violence (BADV). In part three we talk with Tanya and Krista more about Bikers Against Domestic Violence, how they help survivors, and the future of their organization. Learn more at about BADV here: https://www.bikersagainstdv.org/homeSupport the Show.
This week Alex and Brandon are joined by Tanya McGrath, co-founder, and Krista Flink, projector director, of Bikers Against Domestic Violence (BADV). In part two we talk with Tanya and Krista about how exactly they know each other, more about Bikers Against Domestic Violence, their purpose now, and how their organization differs from other domestic violence awareness and advocacy organizations. Learn more at about BADV here: https://www.bikersagainstdv.org/homeSupport the show (http...
This week Alex and Brandon are joined by Tanya McGrath, co-founder, and Krista Flink, projector director, of Bikers Against Domestic Violence (BADV). In part one we talk with Tanya about her experience as a survivor of domestic violence, the beginnings of BADV with Tanya and Krista, and how the shared experience of losing a loved one to domestic violence gave the push to start BADV. Learn more at about BADV here: https://www.bikersagainstdv.org/homeSupport the Show.
Gabe Archuleta Policy Analyst for YWCA Utah talks with Brandon and Alex about the vital role YWCA plays in Utah. YWCA Utah believes that better lives for women leads to stronger families and communities.The YWCA is committed to advancing the well-being of women in Utah through safety – offering family violence services, opportunity – with leadership and education programs, and advocacy – as a voice for change.Learn more or donate at https://www.ywcautah.org/Support the Show.
In previous episode's we talked with Jamie's* parents about their perspective of what their teen daughter went through when she was sexually assaulted. Jamie asked to come talk with Alex and Brandon about her life and experiences being a survivor of sexual assault. Support the Show.
In previous episode's we talked with Jamie's* parents about their perspective of what their teen daughter went through when she was sexually assaulted. Jamie asked to come talk with Alex and Brandon about her life and experiences being a survivor of sexual assault. Support the Show.
When Jane and John's* (names changed to protect identities) daughter left home without saying goodbye Jane knew something was wrong. When she finally got home she started acting strange, lashing out, and being not herself.Their daughter eventually told them what had happened to her. She was talking with a boy on snapchat and that boy sexually assaulted and raped her. Hear how these parents dealt with their daughter having to go through all of that.Support the Show.
When Jane and John's* (names changed to protect identities) daughter left home without saying goodbye Jane knew something was wrong. When she finally got home she started acting strange, lashing out, and being not herself.Their daughter eventually told them what had happened to her. She was talking with a boy on snapchat and that boy sexually assaulted and raped her. Hear how these parents dealt with their daughter having to go through all of that.Support the Show.
When Jane and John's* (names changed to protect identities) daughter left home without saying goodbye Jane knew something was wrong. When she finally got home she started acting strange, lashing out, and being not herself.Their daughter eventually told them what had happened to her. She was talking with a boy on snapchat and that boy sexually assaulted and raped her. Hear how these parents dealt with their daughter having to go through all of that. Tune in next week for part 2! Supp...
Jane had just started an internship with the crime victims legal clinic when she went to the mall to get a massage after her first day of work. She was sexually assaulted by the employee there but did not receive the help she should have right away. After talking with her co-workers at the Utah Victims Legal Clinic they helped her navigate the process and helped her get the police to take the claims seriously. Thankfully other victims came forward and the person was later arrested. Even thoug...
Surviving domestic violence is tough enough but being required to maintain any relationship with your abuser because you share a child is a continual trauma. This week Alex takes the helm solo and interviews a domestic violence survivor who still has a child with her abuser and has to maintain a minimal relationship with him to follow custody orders and give their child a relationship with their father. Our guest also connects the cycle of domestic violence to the need for social justice with...
You wanted to hear more so we got you a sequel! In this episode we get more information from Rachel that you won't hear anywhere else! In what could only be described as Lifetime movie script, Rachel has been through hell and back on more than one occasion, and survived multiple homicide attempts from her former best friend and roommate. This roommate injected her with E. Coli, K. Oxytoca, VRSA and attempted to inject her with MRSA. She messed with her medications and injected her with i...
After her husband's recovery from leukemia, Shelaine Maxfield and her husband Derek found themselves in the same room Derek made a promise to friend that he would do something to help the world. Aware of the long-term impact child sexual abuse has on survivors, they envisioned creating an organization that could offer free resources and services to provide healing, education, and hope. In order to fund this organization they started Younique Products. The main program of the Younique Foundati...
loading
Comments