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Trauma Ministries

A New Beginning Starts with Me

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About Us

Who Are We?

Quanta Communities Inc. is a non-profit organization open to women that have experienced physical and/or sexual trauma in childhood or adulthood.  We've partnered and have linked resources from the National Domestic Violence Hotline as well as other organizations on this platform. The National Domestic Violence Hotline provides help to survivors of domestic violence 24/7/365. If you or someone you know needs help now please call 1-800-799-SAFE (7233). We also provide a Women's Trauma Support Group. It's a monthly online virtual support group from 7:00 - 8:30 PM every last Sunday of each month. This is a SAFE place to share, heal and build new friendships. Any and all donations are encouraged, but not required to attend the group. For more information on the Women's Trauma Support Group contact: ‪(678) 824-5810 or by email at  No registration needed.  We are not certified therapist or a government certified support group. We simply provide a platform that gives women a voice to speak, share, and heal.

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Partners Who Can Help

Support Group

The Recovery Village

The Recovery Village is a web resource that provides information and support to people fighting domestic abuse, mental illness and addiction.

To cope with the pain of domestic and sexual abuse, some victims turn to the use of drugs and alcohol. Their mission is to be a support resource for those coping with these issues.

Take a look at their Domestic Abuse Resource Guide as well as what services they provide in the link below.

The Recovery Village at Baptist Health

The sister site to The Recovery Village, The Recovery Village at Baptist Health is a resource that provides information and support to people who may experience co-occuring disorders, such as PTSD as a result of physical or sexual trauma.

Those who suffered abuse during their lifetime are likely to experience PTSD as a direct result of their maltreatment. The lingering effects of PTSD for abuse victims can influence functioning for years if left untreated.

Take a look at their PTSD informational page as well as what services they provide in the link below.

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National Domestic Violence Hotline

24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, the National Domestic Violence Hotline provides essential tools and support to help survivors of domestic violence so they can live their lives free of abuse.

Contacts to The Hotline can expect highly-trained, expert advocates to offer free, confidential, and compassionate support, crisis intervention information, education, and referral services in over 200 languages.

To learn more about the services they provide for both survivors and their loved ones, click on the link below.

Herman Law

Herman Law is a law firm that represents victims of childhood sexual abuse from all across the country. They realize that the work they do for victims is only one piece of many things that go into the healing process from this type of trauma.

They have put together an extensive guide on how to assist children who have been sexually abused. There is also a lot of helpful information for victims and families of victims on it, including knowing the warning signs and where to get help.

Take a look at their Guide for Child Sex Abuse as well as what services they provide in the link below.

Additionally, to get more information about the specifics of hiring a child sex abuse lawyer check out this guide:

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Tina Murphy, Chest Less Inc. 

Highly resilient and passionate, Tina Murphy is a spearheading Serial Author, Motivational Speaker, and Transformation Coach whose underlying mission is to help women heal from the past, align with the present, and surface profound clarity to cultivate a wonderful, empowering future. 

As a woman who faced her own monumental sets of challenges including molestation, breast cancer, child loss, and infidelity, Tina demonstrates that anyone can overcome life's most debilitating hardships and do so coming out on the other side thriving.

If you would like to purchase one of the books she has written on her life experiences with trauma or if you are interested in her transformation coaching services click on the link below. 

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“There is no timestamp on trauma. There isn’t a formula that you can insert yourself into to get from horror to healed. Be patient. Take up space. Let your journey be the balm.”

Dawn Serra

Quanta Communities


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