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    An_255558 posted:
    In salt lake where can I get help for PTSD caused from much abuse and rapes
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    momuv4girls responded:
    Here are some links for you to find some help locally.

    You will need to do a bit of research....call, and/or go visit, but a door will open up for you.

    http://www.slco.org/byDepartments/HS/mentalHealth/northSouthValleyMentalHealth.html

    http://www.namiut.org/

    http://www.vmh.com/ContactUs.aspx

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