Survivor and thriver Jennifer Foxworthy shares her own struggle to escape and how she is now helping others turn their lives around.
The conference’s founder and CEO, Jennifer Foxworthy called the event a day of empowerment.
YORK, Pa. — Human trafficking. Domestic violence. Homelessness. Three things that one victim advocate says often go hand-in-hand.
Survivor and thriver Jennifer Foxworthy shares her own struggle to escape and how she is now helping others turn their lives around. “It’s not just one stigma or stereotype that people think,” Foxworthy said. She is dedicated to empowering victims of both domestic violence and human trafficking.
“How does someone get there, and how do we get them to the next level?” Foxworthy founded Unstoppable You Ministries to give men and women the tools they need to take back their lives.
“Coming alongside, showing compassion, looking them in the eye and saying, ‘You are cared for,'” Foxworthy said. “People want that sense of belonging.” It’s something she learned the hard way.
A retired Navy aircrewman, Foxworthy experienced more than five years of service-member-on-service-member domestic violence. She suffered in silence, afraid to confide in anyone–until one day, she had…