We serve immigrant women who have survived sex trafficking with a holistic approach, informed by trauma and culture to empower them towards independence and well-being.
CLIENT SERVICES PROGRAM
In client services, we identify and serve foreign-national survivors of sex trafficking. Our team specializes in culturally-sensitive and trauma-informed trafficking identification and counseling services. Restore provides comprehensive case management to survivors in our programs. We also work with local and federal law enforcement to provide crisis response.
Know someone in need?
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 a 12-18 month stay in our safehome, which is designed for holistic recovery and economic empowerment.
We offer independent living for survivors who are self-sufficient and desire community-based, long-term living placement.
In need of housing services?
ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT PROGRAM
Restore’s Economic Empowerment Program includes supportive services coupled with ESL classes and comprehensive case management. This program increases survivors’ income earning potential, leading to long-term economic independence. Survivors receive coaching through interactive group classes, and tailored one-on-one sessions and support.
Interested in this program?
TRAINING AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
Training and technical assistance involves trainings and sharing resources to support local and national partners to more effectively identify and serve foreign-national survivors. Our partners include law enforcement, service providers, health care networks, churches, and community members.
Interested in training or technical assistance?
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Can i call if I, or anyone i know, is in a trafficking situation?
Our office is available Monday through Friday from 10AM to 6PM at (212) 840-8484 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We accept referrals from anyone regarding a situation or suspicion of sex trafficking. We serve immigrant women who have survived sex trafficking with a holistic approach, informed by trauma and culture to empower them towards independence and well-being.