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The Inner Truth Project

Eliminating the shame and secercy of sexual violence or rape.

The Inner Truth Project
2190 Reserve Park Trace #13
Port St. Lucie , FL 34986
Today's Hours: 9:00AM - 5:00PM (Also by appointment)
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About The Inner Truth Project

Mindi Fetterman, founder of The Inner Truth Project (ITP) knows first hand the effects of rape and sexual violence and has created a non-profit on the Treasure Coast that provides services to help survivors of sexual abuse and rape to heal, hope and have the strength to not just survive but thrive.

The Inner Truth Project exists because there is no shame in living through any type of sexual abuse, violence or rape. ITP believe that speaking our truth in support of each other in a safe, caring and therapeutic environment can set us free. Focusing on the needs of both women and men, The Inner Truth Project provides an environment where survivors can bravely share the truth about their experiences and receive the help they need to find strength, hope and health…one story at a time.

Among the various programs offered are:

  • Eating Without Disorder
  • Let’s Talk About It – An open therapeutic group facilitated by a licensed clinician.
  • Seeking Safety – An evidence based, present – focused counseling model to help people attain safety from trauma and / or substance abuse
  • Women’s Group
  • Teen’s Group
  • Using Your Words
  • Reiki Master Healing Circle
  • Equine assisted psychotherapy
  • Art Therapy


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What's On Tap

The goals of “WHAT’S ON TAP” are to:

Train: · Train bar owners, staff, volunteers and law enforcement about the realities of DFSA, bystander intervention and what to do.

Acknowledge: · By being a part of this program and spreading the word about TAP, we are acknowledging that a problem does indeed exist, and that we will not ignore it, nor will we tolerate apathy. We acknowledge so that we can change the culture of sexual violence.

Protect: · By becoming aware and educating ourselves, and those in position of responsibility, (i.e., law enforcement, bar owners), and by learning how to intervene as bystanders, we are becoming part of the solution. We are not becoming afraid, but empowered so we can protect ourselves, and feel confident with the resources and knowledge we have gained.

Promote an environment of safety in local bars and establishments selling alcohol: Inform bar staff and patrons about DFSA, date rape drugs and local statistics. Create dialogue around alcohol impairment and sexual assault. Create safe plans in the event someone is drugged or overly intoxicated and therefore more susceptible to sexual assault. Promote bystander intervention from bar staff.


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