PATH TO HEALING AND INDEPENDENCE
Once a woman is identified as a survivor of trafficking, she can enroll in Restore’s long-term programs to receive case management, safe housing, and job placement.
We aim to create a path to healing and independence through our housing and economic empowerment services.
Through partnerships, we provide short-term, emergency housing relief (generally a few days, up to 90 days). This provides stabilization post-exit of an individual's trafficking situation.
We offer transitional housing through our 12-18 month Safehome program, which is designed for rehabilitation, holistic care and economic empowerment.
We offer independent living for survivors who are self-sufficient and ready for community-based, long-term living placement.
Are you aware of a survivor in need of housing services?
"Restore is a home for me."
— RESTORE CLIENT
ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT PROGRAM
The number one request from the survivors we serve is “help me find safe work.”
In our program, survivors of trafficking enter a 12-week work-readiness program that includes one-on-one coaching, weekly group trainings, and workshops on topics including labor rights and career exploration. Members also may join weekly ESL classes.
Once a woman has completed the Economic Empowerment program, she can enter into our social enterprise cooperative and be connected with a job partner.