Often victims are held back by fear, lies, and lack of resources.
Survivors have to carry the burden of their trauma with them for the rest of their lives.
Survivors undergo repetitive trauma that they must rise above over and over again.
regain your balance beams
Trauma knocks victims off balance and healing happens only when balance is restored.
work now! hill tire crawl
While dragging the weight of their trauma, Overcomers have to crawl before they can run.
WSCC GOAL traverse
Survivors must hang on and keep moving forward to Overcome abuse.
Web of Lies
Abusers often control their victims with an elaborate web of lives.
Roll, Roll, Roll
Overcomers persevere through the rise and fall of their belief in their own ability to survive and thrive.
Lowe's slam Ball
Setting and reaching goals helps survivors overcome daily challenges.
The Cycle of violence is a repetitive pattern of behaviors by the abuser intended to control the victim.
flex freedom strong wall
Victims face challenges that require help from others to overcome.
With each move forward survivors conquer their fear of falling and regain their power.
the pit of despair
Adults and children who experience domestic violence have increased risk to experience depression.
Tuff Torq Log carry
The Burden of violence is awkward and difficult to carry.
Give a flip
Moving large obstacles like culturally accepted violence is a task for everyone.
Tunnel of Hopes
Abusers put victims in a very dark place where they often have a steep, uphill climb to reach the light at the end of the tunnel.
Porter tire uphill run
Every step has the potential to trip up an overcomer.
Beaten down physcially and emotionally, overcomers have to crawl before they can run.
Flex freedom stronger wall
Sometimes the barriers get bigger and require even more help.
Burke-alley slant wall
In the end, overcomers pull themselves up and over with support and encouragement!
Roger's Petroleum BMX track
Abusive relationships are very unstable and survivors struggle to keep their footing while carrying the weight of their trauma.
Hay you, yes you!
Everyone must rise to the challenge to end domestic violence.
Check back for new obstacles being added for 2017!
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