Our Mission


To inspire, empower, educate, advocate,
support, and offer a community where
survivors of domestic abuse are supported
by other survivors. A place to call home,
and with guidance, to create a roadmap
forward to a healthy and abundant life,
full of hope for a better tomorrow.



Please Join Us!

Hand in Hand, is our 2022 Fundraising Campaign.  As a non-profit, we depend on your support. Your donations coupled with the proceeds from all shop sales, go directly back into the development of sustainable programs to benefit our community. This includes workshops, retreats, mentoring, advocacy, and education. 

‘Hand in Hand’ is a phrase that we often use in our goodnight posts. We want you to know that no matter what you may be going through you are not alone. We have adopted a quote by Ram Dass, “We are all just walking each other home,” as a tagline for our tribe. No matter where you are, no matter how far, there is always a hand here for you to hold. 

We Care. We Understand. We are Making a Difference.

What Exactly is Domestic Abuse?

Domestic violence is a pattern of behaviors used by one partner to maintain power and control over another partner in an intimate relationship. It does not discriminate; anyone of any race, age, sexual orientation, religion or gender can be a victim of domestic violence. It affects people of all socioeconomic backgrounds & education levels. It is a cycle of violence that if not interrupted and broken will become generational. 

Help Us Continue the Conversation

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Every purchase that you make will  continue the conversation about domestic violence and help to shine a light on our organization. There are more items available for purchase in our SHOP. Rebel Thriver is a non-profit organization and 100% of all proceeds go directly back into our programs. Your help is so greatly appreciated because we cannot do this alone.

Our Four Pillars for Progress

We are all just walking each other home.
– Ram Dass


It is our goal to advocate for survivors of DV whenever the opportunity opens up. We help survivors connect to necessary help in their geographical area and we support legislation that benefits survivors. Right now we are working to help get the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) signed back into Law. This is imperative for all survivors.


Leading by example is one of the pillars of our existence. We believe that survivors who have found their voice and have progressed on their healing journey are the best role models for other victims and survivors of DV. Knowing that others have gotten out and reclaimed their lives is proof positive that if someone else can do it then they can have HOPE too. It’s a powerful example that is essential.


Community is at the heart of Rebel Thriver. We are an active community with large followings on both Instagram and Facebook.  In addition, we have a page on Facebook geared to Parents and children called, Rebel Thriver Jr. Most notably, we just launched our own community membership platform where we offer groups, classes, mentoring, coaching, and connection all in a private and safe setting, which is paramount for us. 



In order smash the cultural stigma that surrounds DV, education is key. Our aim is to educate the general public about what DV is and how it may appear in their lives. We also work tirelessly to help survivors understand  their own experiences, and give them the much needed tools to reconnect to themselves so that they can reclaim their lives and learn to thrive. Our First Foundation course, Understanding Domestic Violence, is available to everyone in our Thriver’s Ed Department on our new platform

“Survival mode is supposed to be a phase that helps to save your life.
It is not how you are meant to live.”    
– Michele Rosenthal

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