We are here to help women who have experienced clergy sexual abuse trauma. If you contact Jan Tuin, she will respond with understanding, love, and compassion. She is a survivor of this kind of exploitation and will have listening ears into the heart of abused women. She has walked the journey of pain and healing and can related to women who are hurting or feel stuck in the fallout of the abuse.
Jan is not a therapist, however, she is there to encourage and affirm victims who are perhaps taking their first step to find healing. She encourages victims of clergy's sexual abuse to seek professional help. They can find professional resources in their area by contacting one these organizations:
Since Tamar's Voice is a safe, anonymous place for you to take first steps toward getting help, we cannot provide crisis intervention for someone who is considered hurting themseles or others. If you are in crisis, please contact your local crisis center through one of the organizations listed above. Since Tamar's Voice is a safe anonymous place for you to take first steps toward getting help, we cannot provide crisis intervention for someone who is considering hurting themselves or others. If you are in crisis, please contact your local crisis support personnell. If you do not know how to to reach some someone locally in the United States, there is a National Suicide Prevention Lifeling at 1-800-273-TALK. If all else fails, call 911.
You can contact Jan through her email address: