Our Street Team takes hope to the streets where we share the message that healing is possible.
Allows individuals further along in their healing to guide others who may not be as far in their own healing. Contact us for more information.
Facilitates groups where at-risk young girls talk about self-worth, self-esteem,
body imagine, setting appropriate boundaries, internet safety, self-respect, and trust. Contact us for more information.
Provides workshops and events for community groups looking to learn more about human trafficking, sex trafficking, and the commercial sexual exploitation of children. Contact us for more information.
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Conferences are led by survivors discussing their experiences and educating attendees.
2018 Registration will open in April
Drop-In Program is open to all ages with the purpose of connecting resources with individuals currently at-risk for trafficking.
We provide: Clean restrooms, Basic first aid supplies, Snacks (monthly hot meal),
Hygiene products, Laundry Supplies, Temporary Respite, Case Management,
Life Skills Classes, Trauma Recovery Lessons, HIV Testing (monthly via Health Dept), Education Resource Library, Job application/Resume assistance
To donate items for this facility, click below to view the wish list.