Hundreds of messages of hurt, hope and healing hung in Destiny USA this past week.

It was part of Vera House's Clothesline Project, a weeklong display that allowed domestic and sexual violence survivors to share their experiences on t-shirts.

The shirts were designed by men, women and children—all survivors, each with unique a message.

"This project is an opportunity for survivors of sexual assault to be able to share their story and bring awareness around this issue. It is incredibly profound to be able to help someone who is on their healing journey,” said Stephanie Pooler, Vera House volunteer coordinator.

Sunday was the last day to see the display in Destiny USA.

Vera House serves more than 700 sexual assault victims a year.