Male Survivor Registration



The Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests

Male Survivor Weekend of Recovery Registration open for May 14-16

Male Survivor: Overcoming Sexual Victimization of Boys & Men

Goals of the Level I Weekend of Recovery

The facilitator team invites you to

  • Dare to dream you can leave your isolation behind you at this weekend;
  • Dare to dream you can make real connections with the participants and facilitators at the weekend;
  • Dare to dream you can co-create and experience a sense of real safety;
  • Dare to dream you can claim your right to use your voice to become a powerful male survivor who is sensitive to his own feelings and experiences and those of other survivors here;
  • Dare to dream you can tell your story this time and be understood, believed and supported like you have always deserved;
  • Dare to dream you can experiment with being more vulnerable and letting go and still feel safe enough;
  • Dare to dream you will be able to leave Dahlonega a freer, less burdened, and even a happier man, taking the connections you make here with you to utilize as you continue to heal and recover!

WOR Dahlonega GA * May 14-16 2010
Center For New Beginnings 
Register for the Weekend of Recovering at 

MaleSurvivor Weekends of Recovery are open to any man, 18 or older, who has been sexually victimized as a child and/or as an adult. We have selected a very special place to host this weekend experience, the Center for New Beginnings, in Dahlonega, GA, about 2 hours north of Atlanta. The Center for New Beginnings is located in one of the most beautiful and peaceful spots in the nation - the unspoiled North Georgia mountains. The splendor of the Blue Ridge Mountains - Cedar Mountain, in particular, to the west and the Horseshoe Appalachians to the north - provides a year-round backdrop for respite and renewal, and should be especially beautiful in the spring.

Enjoy the Outdoors
Explore nature trails winding through old hardwoods and towering pines, walk beside small, trickling streams, sit beside spring-fed reflection pools or in quiet coves where the loudest sound is the caw of a blackbird. Our 45 acres, surrounded by thousands of acres of old-styled pastures and woodlands, are "the mountains" at their best.

Survivors' Network of those Abused by Priests