• Runaway and homeless girls 18 and above who have received or are receiving mental health treatment.
  • Girls and women 18 years and above who have experienced sex trafficking and exploitation. Regardless of whether trafficking was carried out by partner or family member.
  • Those who in addition to sex trafficking, experienced intimate partner abuse.
  • Victims of abuse with undertone of domestic violence and sex slavery. 

This is a platform for connecting MENTOR and 
MENTEE with the ultimate goal of building resilience and receiving empowerment tools for complete RESTORATION

Bridging The Gap

The goal of our mentoring group is to bridge the gap between rescue and/or intervention and entry into communal life.




This is our education scholarship program for qualifying Survivors who meet our education policy.  To find out if a survivor qualifies, please email our program coordinator at  The following are the scholarships we provide:

·        GED scholarship
·        Vocational education
·        Training and development of already acquired or life skills
·        College education (depending on availability of funds).


We strongly advocate for social change and a legislature that would protect at-risk/vulnerable girls and survivors; and prevent trafficking and its associated trauma.  Our community education and awareness involve:

1.       Workshops, and trainings (in-house staff training included)
2.        Community outreaches through public schools and businesses.
3.        We engage communities in the promotion of policies that foster social change.


Our mentorship program brings mentors and mentees together for sustainability of restoration.  We believe in the restoration of hope and dignity; facilitation of communication between mentors and mentees that empower, build confidence and coping skills for social stigma and shame. These attributes foster hope for a restored life, and are vital in re-directing survivors' perspectives and self-empowerment.

Phase 1

Mentorship Group

  • We engage mentees in redefining issues with self-identity, and development of skills for self and social empowerment.
  • We give and equip mentees with tools for confronting societal stigmas and shame.
  • We introduce education as a key component to economic empowerment.
  • We patiently take survivors through the process of complete restoration into communal life.

Phase 2


  • We train community members as volunteer mentors and pair them with survivors.
  • We engage mentors who commit to working with our girls for at least one year.  This gives our girls enough time to build trusts in their mentors thus receive the desired empowerment for restoration.
  • We give our mentors on-going training which further ease their work as mentors with our girls.
  • We meet with  mentors regularly to assess and discuss their relationships with the mentees and the effectiveness of the program.

Click here for more information about our SUSTAINABLE RESTORATION CONFERENCE