69% of women
have been victims of
abuse in a relationship
F.I.T. is a safe space for teens and women who have experienced domestic violence, sexual assault, trauma, grief, teenage pregnancy, or codependency and want to be heard, seen, witnessed and believed in so that recovery and healing can be accomplished.
If you are, or have been, one of these women - there is a way to turn your struggles into triumphs and move into a new phase of living. We will show you exactly how to metamorphized your pain into a passion that brings purpose, profit, and community.
F.I.T. is giving trauma-healed women the opportunity to build a community, share their stories, and be heard nationwide through speaking and authorship about their recovery experiences.
WHAT DO WE STAND FOR?
As I look back over the last few weeks, I envision Candyce Piritle- Smalls being part of something that stretched her gift, and purpose. Candyce not only sought out to bring healing to others, but also seeked spiritual wisdom and guidance for herself. She fully understands what it means to bring healing into others lives. Holistic healing brings healing to the body, mind, and soul. It is the only way we can experience complete wholeness. I believe the next stage of healing comes in the form of learning self-forgiveness. Self- forgiveness plays a major part in our healing. We forgive other people for their wrong doings. But often we forget, to forgive ourselves.
and executive director
Candyce Pirtle-Smalls is a nurse, educator, life-coach, and author who's passion is helping women become the best version of themselves. Candy is an advocate for domestic violence awareness and prevention.
Dealing with trauma? Feeling stuck? Don't know where to turn? We are transforming victims into survivors who are thriving within the powers of their voice, and would love to connect with you.