Over the Rainbow Program

Over the Rainbow Program Over the Rainbow Program is a newly formed Support Group and Resource Forum for Survivors, Current Victims, Family, Friends, and other Social Service Agencies that addresses the issues of Domestic Violence.

We provide resources and referral for your area Rainbow House is a support group for Victims and their family members or friends to share experiences, provide advocacy, and resources to rebuild shattered lives one day and one rainbow at a time.

We provide resources and referral for your area Rainbow House is a support group for Victims and their family members or friends to share experiences, provide advocacy, and resources to rebuild shattered lives one day and one rainbow at a time.

Operating as usual

09/24/2020

ISO of Volunteers who are interested in Domestic Violence Advocacy Efforts for Community Awareness Events During Domestic Violence Awareness Month... outta fb jail we are back in business Co Vid free

Motivational Quotes
08/31/2020

Motivational Quotes

Great vision

08/31/2020

ISO of Volunteers who are interested in Domestic Violence Advocacy Efforts for Community Awareness Events During Domestic Violence Awareness Month... outta fb jail we are back in business Co Vid free

Sometimes it is so hard to do but with God on your side you can do it...
02/18/2020

Sometimes it is so hard to do but with God on your side you can do it...

I miss you sooo much Abby
02/18/2020

I miss you sooo much Abby

A Supermodel
02/18/2020
A Supermodel

A Supermodel

👕T-shirt, Women Tee, Tank Top, Hoodie, V-neck and, Long Sleeve are available✨

01/04/2020
01/04/2020
10/28/2019

CPS corruption in action

Motivational Quotes
06/20/2019

Motivational Quotes

Waste of time

06/12/2019
03/18/2019

Over the Rainbow Program is here for Family Crisis Intervention Services before the Tempers Flare Let us know how we can help you!

You can do it just like the Little Engine that Could...  I think I can, I think I can, I think I can,  I know I can, I k...
03/13/2019

You can do it just like the Little Engine that Could... I think I can, I think I can, I think I can, I know I can, I know I can, I did it... Daily Mantra if u need one! Bc If I can do it w/ God by my side anyone can do it with God and Ms. Val in your cheering squad!

Abuse No More
03/13/2019

Abuse No More

03/13/2019
Domestic Violence Victim Support Group

Domestic Violence Victim Support Group

Member Seeking Advice

I haven't taken part in any support groups for domestic violence, yet I have always wanted to. I have told my story to close friends but none of them seem to understand what kind of torment I have survived. Now, more than ever, I feel low and rejected. He and I officially ended our relationship yesterday. I should have been rejoicing but I feel like I am grieving. I have been crying a lot. My friends and family are confused about my crying because he was emotionally, mentally, economically, and physically abusive throughout the 6 and a half years that we were together; we are both 25 years old. Even I am confused about my crying. He was the one who broke off the relationship, I was willing to do anything to keep it together. I wanted to leave him so many times when we were living together (we lived together for five years), and there were moments when I was too scared to leave because of his drunken violence (he is a severe alcoholic and went into recovery less than a month ago), but it wasn't until recently (we have not been living together in the last year) that I wanted to keep the relationship. I think what I am crying most about is feeling rejected and unlucky. In the last few years, I gave him everything I could to help him turn toward recovery, and now that he is going towards it, he pushed me out of his sober life. I feel angry with him because of his drinking, because of his abuse, because he decided that I am a person not worthy of his sober lifestyle. When he was abusive, he was always drunk. I guess my logic was that if he is sober, then he will not abuse me anymore and actually love me back. I feel so backwards... as if his new sobriety was going to revive whatever love we used to have... but I know that isn't true. I was watching him change himself in the last month, and some tiny ray of hope kept telling me that maybe he would never abuse me again if I stayed with him in his sobriety. But he would most likely abuse me in the future, especially if he relapses. I feel so foolish, angry, broken, and confused. How do I get over this love (or whatever it is) that I still feel so deeply for him? I was scared of him when we were together, how can I still care for a person that scared me and hurt me so many times before? How do I stop caring for him and thinking about him? I don't want to go back to him but I'm scared that if he offered to take me back, I might actually do it. Has anyone else experienced this mess of emotions? How did you handle it?

Emmanuel Dagher
03/13/2019

Emmanuel Dagher

Abundance is our birthright. It's what the Universe has always intended for us!

If this resonates with you, share this with others to remind them that abundance is their birthright too!

We are all in this together!

Fight for Life
03/13/2019

Fight for Life

Fight for Life
03/13/2019

Fight for Life

Denise
03/13/2019

Denise

Be a rainbow in someone else's cloud!

Michael Baisden Live
03/13/2019

Michael Baisden Live

Sleep On This - Like Baisden Live

Born This Way Foundation
03/13/2019

Born This Way Foundation

Do you feel this way about anyone? Tag their name in the comments to remind them.

Terri
03/13/2019

Terri

My poem from Hear My Voice

Lovingly fabulous family home
03/13/2019

Lovingly fabulous family home

You Can Get PTSD From Staying In An Emotionally Abusive Relationship
07/07/2018
You Can Get PTSD From Staying In An Emotionally Abusive Relationship

You Can Get PTSD From Staying In An Emotionally Abusive Relationship

By Jennifer Williams-Fields Stop. Just stop asking why a woman is so stupid and so weak when she stays in an abusive relationship. There’s no answer you can possibly understand. Your judgment only further shames abused women. It shames women like me. There was no punch on the very first date with my...

02/13/2018

Revise Missouri Statutes to protect our children from habitual abusers.

Abuser's Daughter as a Witch how fitting since she is raising Abby bc of his Abuse of me...  How is this possible?  Dome...
02/13/2018

Abuser's Daughter as a Witch how fitting since she is raising Abby bc of his Abuse of me... How is this possible? Domestic Violence is the Answer. Classic Power and Control Wheel in action.

Snowy and Cochiece just relaxing.  Share your furry companions.
01/21/2018

Snowy and Cochiece just relaxing. Share your furry companions.

01/12/2018

Go to our Secure page Over the Rainbow Program DV and tell your story. We are joining the movement of outing our Abusers and uniting eachother through strength, hope, and courage. Put a face with the name and share your story.

The Nest at New Hope
01/11/2018

The Nest at New Hope

The Women's Coalition
01/02/2018

The Women's Coalition

New Years Resolution: End Family Court Oppression in 2018!
Continue Telling Stories & Demanding Change

2017 brought a watershed moment, when women, as a class, were finally given credence and power regarding reports of sexual misconduct in the workplace.

2018 brings the exciting possibility of a similar defining moment which will give women credence and power in an arguably more important arena: the home.

Just as with sexual misconduct in the workplace, long-standing systems, especially family courts, have discredited women after separation or divorce and enabled men to continue to harass, abuse and control them. These systems empower men to take children away from women to punish them for leaving, avoid child support, or continue to abuse them and their children.

This form of oppression is causing much more devastation than sexual harassment in the workplace, as countless women and children are being estranged, and many children are continuing to be physically or sexually abused.

Women need to continue to tell their stories, get the public's attention, and demand change. Watch this page for another media campaign.

You can help raise awareness by sending your story to The Women’s Coalition and join us in our crucial efforts to implement the new Child Custody Courts, which will stop judges from taking our children and ensure our children's safety and well-being.

You can help implement the new Child Custody Courts by volunteering or by donating.

DONATE:
1) Facebook Donation button on The Women's Coalition
2) FB Fundraiser: http://bit.ly/FBFundraiserTWC
3) PayPal: http://bit.ly/PayPalTWC

Volunteer: WomensCoalitionInternational.org

Thanks for your continued activism and have as Happy a New Year as possible. United we will stop them from taking and endangering our children!

01/02/2018
Nifty

Make something out of a daunting chore. In addition, theraputic value of cleaning is also a time to think, wash away the dirty replace with clean. Busy hands, busy mind, listen to soft music, or music of your choosing... Make To Do List and follow same routine, Cleaning off those tasks, wash away the worries replace with confidence of job well done.

9 Ways To Make Washing Dishes Less Terrible 😑🍽

12/30/2017
Officer, brother charged for planning robbery | CJOnline.com

Abby's wonderful Father! NOT!

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A federal judge ordered an Independence police officer and his brother jailed without bond Monday after hearing evidence that the officer once said he was prepared to kill if the money was good enough.

12/30/2017
Domestic Violence by Proxy

Domestic Violence by Proxy

I'll get you Mr. Boardman and Mr. Magarr and your little weiner dogs too. Keep up the harrassment bc it only digs a bigger hole for yourselves.

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We are starting small hoping for big things at the end of our own Rainbow. Rainbow House DV Shelter is our ultimate goal.

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