The goal of our client services is to identify and serve more foreign national survivors of sex trafficking.
Our team specializes in identification, and we meet with hundreds of women each year who are at risk for sex trafficking and have not yet been identified. We conduct culturally-sensitive, trauma-informed assessments attending to specific trafficking industry indicators to determine whether a woman meets criteria for being a survivor of trafficking.
As one of the primary non-profits providing counseling and advocacy through the New York City Human Trafficking Intervention Courts, our services include educating clients about their legal rights, trafficking, and community resources. We also work with local and federal law enforcement to provide crisis response services. Restore provides case management to select survivors in our safehome and economic empowerment programs.
As a result of our efforts, the number of women who have come forward as trafficking survivors has grown and continues to grow. Through partnerships with law enforcement, community groups, and churches, we identify and connect victims of sex trafficking to a range of resources, including our Safehome and Economic Empowerment program.