THE REALITY

TRAFFICKING VICTIMS DON'T SEE A WAY OUT.

Trauma, shame, and documentation status often make it challenging for foreign-national sex trafficking victims to come forward and get help. When they remain in the shadows, victims continue to be exploited and abused.

 
 
 

As the anti-trafficking field evolves, we are committed to sharpening our strategies to effectively serve survivors and end the cycle of exploitation.

 
 
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ABOUT

RESTORE'S STRATEGY

We believe that by 2020 we can grow to meet demand and serve up to 1,000 survivors of trafficking annually. Over the next three years, we will be living more deeply into our four-step strategy to end trafficking and free survivors of this crime.

 
 

Identify foreign-national victims of sex trafficking through Human Trafficking Intervention Courts, law enforcement, self-referrals, and nonprofit partners

Serve survivors in Restore’s long-term programs with case management, safe housing, and job placement

 
 

Measure impact to evaluate what works and what does not to always improve outcomes for the survivors we serve

Train law enforcement, service providers, and healthcare professionals to identify victims and serve survivors

 
 
 

"We only have two choices: do nothing or do something."

— TONY KIRWAN, FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT OF DESTINY RESCUE

 
 
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