We are making an impact for change in these areas: Arlington, Fairfax, Fauquier, Loudoun, and Prince William counties, as well as the cities of Alexandria, Fairfax, Falls Church, Manassas, and Manassas Park.
We work to educate communities on what exactly modern day slavery looks like. Since 2010, our speakers bureau volunteers have provided prevention awareness education to hundreds of thousands of community members. Our speakers bureau empowers and equips the community to identify, report, and prevent human trafficking. Prayer is a common thread in our prevention strategy.
Outreach and disruption teams focus on reaching out to both victims of trafficking and those who purchase them and hold them in captivity. Through prayer, policy change, in person and over the phone interactions, volunteers fight to disrupt the cycle of trafficking. Prayer is a common thread in our disruption strategy.
Since 2015, we have provided trauma-informed case management that provides access to vital services survivors need to stabilize and eventually live independently. This includes emergency financial assistance, safety planning, providing basic needs, access to legal services, working with the court system, therapy, enrollment in vocational programs, and a lot more. Prayer is a common thread in our restoration strategy.
Together we can help victims find support, encouragement, and access to resources throughout their journey. Will you join us?