Bumble has partnered with Bloom to create a free, curated, online trauma support program for survivors - no matter what type of abuse we have suffered, or where we are in our journey.
Enter the access code you received from Bumble to begin your Bloom journey.
Everyone’s healing journey is different. When we experience trauma such as sexual assault and relationship abuse, we may need support to manage the aftermath effects. Recognizing this, Bumble partnered with Bloom to create a free, custom curated online trauma support program for survivors of sexual assault and relationship abuse. This program has been developed based on feedback from the global Bumble community.
If you don’t have an access code from Bumble, you can still use our selection of resources for recovery and healing after abuse or assault, curated by Bloom especially for Bumble users.
Bloom informs and empowers survivors by offering remote courses that combine the insights of survivors globally on trauma and gender-based violence with therapeutic practices to heal from trauma. Bloom is a programme by Chayn.
Bumble, the women-first dating and networking app, connects people across dating (Bumble Date), friendship (Bumble BFF) and professional networking (Bumble Bizz). Bumble is built on the importance of equitable relationships, which are crucial to a healthy, happy life.
The programme is available to any Bumble user who reports sexual abuse or assault to Bumble, regardless of your background, race, age, disability, religion or belief, sexuality, gender identity or expression, or life circumstances – we are here for you.
Bloom is brought to you by Chayn, a global non-profit, run by survivors and allies from around the world, creating resources to support the healing of survivors of gender-based violence.Our policies