We are a nonprofit organization making freedom real for survivors of trafficking in the United States.
We are survivor centered.
We consult with Restore’s Survivor Advisory board, focus groups, and receive survivor input through our quarterly client satisfaction surveys.
We are effective and impact driven.
We are innovative and entrepreneurial problem solvers.
We are influencing and shaping a rapidly evolving field.
There are nearly 100 nonprofits across the U.S. with a primary mission to serve survivors of trafficking. In 2018, the federal government distinguished Restore NYC as one of the few to receive Department of Justice grants for both housing and economic empowerment. Additionally, we have created a number of impact reports to the field including our “Road to Recovery” report that was quoted in the Trafficking in Persons report by the Department of State.
We are motivated by our Christian values.
In this cultural moment, the world is looking for a response to the brokenness around sexual exploitation and gender-based violence. As an effective Christian organization in this space, we're positioned to make the Gospel a leading voice at this time.