We can't care about an issue we don't know exists. As a community resource we hold quarterly classes that offer a framework to understand human trafficking and serve survivors. Training focuses on defining human trafficking, the needs of survivors and getting connected.
As a resource to practitioners, we connect existing efforts with best practices, evidence-based research, and community capital to provide exceptional care to survivors. We're focused on assessing and delivering projects to streamline efforts, enabling organization to focus on what they do best: care for survivors.
We act as a resource to survivors by standing in the gap between restorative care and transitional employment by teaching job skills that contribute to transformational work. Our hope is that more survivors would be restored into society, welcomed in the workplace and thriving in their community.