Damaged Goods: My Journey

Damaged Goods: My Journey

This is Atara's personal written testimony of surviving being blindfolded, shot, thrown in the trunk of the car, and left for dead. She has survived domestic abuse, depression, PTSD, and suicide attempts-all of which is a part of her healing from past trauma. She takes a stand as an advocate to help others find hope that they can live again too.


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All proceeds go to Sound the Alarm Outreach which helps victims and survivors of domestic violence to rebuild their lives.


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Atara Estes of the CCP provides a free Crisis Counseling Program in response to MO federally declared disasters. The CCP provides outreach and education to assist community/individuals with disaster recovery. Sponsored by FEMA/SAMHSA.


Atara does not provide direct help to those experiencing domestic violence we refer you to tangible resources. This site is not a hotline and is not staffed 24/7.

If you are in danger, please call 911. If you are in need of immediate response or local referrals, call a local hotline or the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 or TTY 1-800-787-3224. Click on the Community Resource tab for a list of referrals locally, regionally and nationally. 


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