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 Safehome and Economic Empowerment programs.
Clients who meet the federal definition of human trafficking and are pursuing immigration relief can enter into our Safehome program, a transitional housing placement for 12-18 months.
In the Safehome, residents live in community with other women while participating in life-skills trainings and wellness-care activities. After the resident’s stay in the home, we desire for her to live independently in the community. In order to do so, she needs to find safe work.
"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.