THE REALITY

THOUSANDS OF WOMEN IN NEW YORK CITY ARE NOT FREE

Sex trafficking keeps women trapped and exploited — hidden in plain sight.

 
 
 

As intelligence in the anti-trafficking field grows and we learn more about the survivors we serve, our approach to this work continues to evolve.

We are 100% committed to our mission to end sex trafficking and restore the well-being of survivors, and we are equally committed to sharpening and shifting our strategies when needed to effectively move forward.

 
 
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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

Identified survivors can enroll in Restore’s long-term programs for 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 health care 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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