To transform the way every woman sees their scars and empower her to share her unique and remarkable story of healing, igniting hope and changed lives.
How HOPE is Given to a Young Homeless Girl
As a young girl, Autumn had endured one tragedy after another. Her heartbreaking story ultimately bringing her to living on the streets, finding refuge in the desert, all alone. Yet this is the beginning of a new day as hope is offered and a new life buds yet again.
Follow her journey in a series of videos where Autumn does the improbable. She gets clean, is offered a home and secures a great job!
How To Get Involved
Together We Walk This Road Not Alone
Join the Movement
Scarred Beautiful is a movement to inspire each one of us to stop hiding our shame and find the beauty we hold, not in spite of our scars, but with and even because of them.
Share Your Story
Your story is powerful, unique and is a big part of who you are. The impact it can have on another person’s life is immeasurable. Let Scarred Beautiful help you share your story.
Pay It Forward
Through our stories we are able to transform those moments of pain to extraordinary purpose to help heal others who walk that same path in your local community.
Giving Back to Your Community
“We are immeasurably stronger together and share our stories to show others they can heal too.”
Andrea Casteel Smith
Scarred Beautiful is committed to sharing our stories and impacting the lives of those in our community and beyond. We encourage everyone to take their message to every facet of our community, nation and world. In partnership with many organization, Scarred Beautiful serves as ordained ministers, chaplains, speakers and presenters, board members and active volunteers. We believe that the healing we have found is contagious. The following are organizations that Scarred Beautiful not only promotes, supports but also is actively involved. We encourage all our members to be part of these organizations, find an organization that honors their hearts cry, or take the courageous step to begin their own organization that meets the needs of those they feel called.