The Survivor Development Program

The goal of the survivor development program is to provide an individualized approach to meet the holistic needs of the survivor of human trafficking and to ensure they have a community to walk alongside them as they take their next steps. 

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The Survivor Development Program: How it Works and What's Included

Holistic Apprenticeship

During the first six months of employment, survivors have access to six months of on-the-job training which includes courses on trauma, life skills and employability skills. At the end of the six months, each survivor's individual talents are assessed and she is placed in one of five areas (marketing, sales, administration/finance, operations, inventory) best suited to her abilities.

Survivor Advocacy

Through the entire Survivor Development Program, each survivor is provided with a survivor mentor, monthly on-site care management meetings, crisis intervention, and psycho-educational groups. Further, survivors are given access to off-site care management services and provided with referrals to various community resources. This combination of services gives survivors the opportunity to move forward in their healing journey so they have the freedom of choice for their futures.



Our survivors have changed the way they speak about themselves
and are engaging in the community in powerful ways as advocates
and business women.
Be a part of her change. 


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