APAC Calls for Empathy, Nonviolent Communication, and Compassion
December 6, 2017
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January 20, 2018
APAC Statement on the Passing of Yurizan Beltran
December 14, 2017
December 14, 2017—Los Angeles—We are heartbroken at the passing of Yurizan Beltran. Our deepest condolences go out to her family, friends, and loved ones affected by this tragedy. The community remembers her as a warm and loving woman and a talented performer. Her passing is among too many recent losses to the adult performer community. We are all affected by the grief overwhelming us and our peers. In the wake of her death, APAC reminds performers to take space for their healing process, and those in need to seek out counseling. Yurizan’s death came too soon, as a result of challenges so many people struggle silently with. APAC urges performers facing substance abuse problems to reach out for community support and professional care. We are here for you.
The APAC Board
National Substance Abuse Hotline (SAMHSA) 1-800-662-4357