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Welcome to Fighting For Me

Free Sexual Abuse Counseling for Men, Women, and Children.

CALIFORNIANS: Make a Telehealth Appointment

Free Phone Counseling!

Through one of our partners, we are currently able to offer anyone in California FREE TELEHEALTH SESSIONS for any type of counseling, not just sexual abuse.

Note: You must currently be in California, and you will need to go into the offices located in Anaheim or Fullerton to continue your free sessions after COVID-19 restrictions lift.

Get the Book

“My life is not without trials, but now I have everything I need to get through anything that comes my way.”

Founder Amanda Zarate shares her story of surviving years of sexual abuse at the hands of her dad and struggling to find her footing in life until a life-changing desire sent her on a journey to find courage, break free from fear, and blaze a trail for herself and others to conquer childhood sexual abuse.

Survivor Story

Time passed, life moved on, but I was held hostage by a person I hadn’t spoken to in years.

As a teenager, Christine Alicia was sexually abused by her best friend and mentor. Mind games, a young woman abuser, and “mildly” crossed lines were just a few of the reasons Christine struggled to even recognize her situation as abuse even years after it stopped. In this raw “coming out” blog, read how Christine learned her abuse “counted” and the consequent healing she experienced.

Get the Facts

MOST victims of sexual abuse know their perpetrator.


Find out more about prevention and healing.

I Want to be Part of the Solution to Sexual Abuse


Learn how you can get involved to make free, professional counseling the standard of care for survivors of sexual abuse and assault.

Watch the Documentary

Catch the vision for Fighting For Me as you hear stories from brave survivors.

Make an Appointment

Get the help you deserve to move beyond your past and into a bright future.


Be part of the solution to sexual abuse by making a monthly or single donation.

Get Informed

Protect yourself and the ones you love by learning more about sexual abuse.

“Sexual abuse crimes are among the most horrific in nature because of the IMMEDIATE transfer of guilt from the predator to the victim.”

-Amanda Zarate, Founder

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What Is Sexual Abuse?

Definitions and examples of sexual abuse and sexual assault.

Talking to Your Kids

Important home strategies to protect your family.

What to Do...

…If you or someone you love has been sexually assaulted, or if you suspect sexual abuse.

National Hotline

RAINN’s 24/7 National Hotline

Call 800.656.HOPE (4673) to be connected with a trained staff member from a sexual assault service provider in your area.


Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network

Connections to countless resources, statistics, aftercare, and prevention information.


If you, your child, or a child you know was sexually abused while under the care of a public or private institution, Estey and Bomberger may be able to help hold those entities accountable for money damages.


“For God has not given us a spirit of fear,
but of power and love and of a sound mind.”

-2 Timothy 1:7, emphasis added


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