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FREEING 1,000 SURVIVORS OF SEXUAL SLAVERY BY 2020

“I never thought I’d feel safe again. I was so scared every day I went to work. Now I can think about my future — finding a job that will let me take care of my little girl and learning to live free in this country. If I hadn’t come to the Safehome, I don’t know what I’d be doing now.” —Survivor of sex trafficking and resident of Restore’s Safehome

Our Programs

__CLIENT SERVICES

CLIENT SERVICES

Identifying and serving foreign national survivors of sex trafficking

__SAFEHOME

SAFEHOME

12-18 month holistic, trauma-informed transitional housing for survivors

__ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT

ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT

Empowering women with skills and support to find sustainable employment

The principles that drive us

Doing whatever it takes for restoration.

We deliver the care that is critical to the restoration of survivors in a way that is holistic, trauma-informed and culturally sensitive.

 

Measuring outcomes to constantly improve.

We evaluate our programs to understand what works or doesn’t to always improve how we empower survivors.

Sharing our learnings.

We desire to serve and train other partners in the movement so that more women experience freedom and empowerment.

Our Impact

We invest in measuring impact because it creates better outcomes for the women we serve, and keeps us accountable to our supporters. In each of our programs, we devote significant time to program evaluation and are eager to share impact highlights from this year.

Restore’s impact work is a model for how all human service agencies should evaluate their services. — Rebecca J. Macy, PhD, ACSW, LCSW, L. Richardson Preyer Distinguished Chair for Strengthening Families, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill