Restore is serving 460 survivors, and those at risk, per year and has served 2,500 survivors of trafficking, and those at risk, since 2009.
Take a look at the last 15 years of serving survivors.
Restore commits funding to build a “Client Services” program to connect a greater number of trafficking victims to services 2016 - Restore launches an Economic Empowerment program to help survivors find safe work and take control of their financial independence. This led to the launch of a survivor-owned worker cooperative, a first for survivors of trafficking in New York City.
Based on severe demand for housing, Restore further expands its Housing program to help survivors secure and maintain housing in independent locations. Restore emerges as the only organization in NYC to provide trauma informed, emergency, transitional, and long-term housing options specifically for survivors of trafficking.