Our Work

Prevention Education

Tell Your Friends is a four module, multimedia prevention education curriculum taught in public junior and high school classrooms, after school programs, youth shelters, and group homes. Through educating high-risk girls and boys about their rights and resources, the curriculum motivates students to keep themselves safe from exploitation and trafficking and to become peer educations to “tell their friends” how to do the same.

Dare to Thrive

Dare to Thrive is a leadership development program uniquely designed for survivors of sex trafficking. Through a series of practical life skill workshops, participants develop skills in budgeting, job searching and retention, health and wellness, stress management, interpersonal communication and community service.

Jewel Girls

Jewel Girls is an economic empowerment and therapeutic art program that gives teens and women a change for safer, healthier, and brighter futures. Participants come together each week to create unique jewelry while gaining access to therapy, new life and technical skills, financial management skills, and pathways toward a future free of poverty and violence.

Vida Home

The Vida Home is the first ever safe, empowering transitional home for girl and transgender female survivors of trafficking aged 18-26 in Washington, D.C> The Vida Home breaks the cycle of exploitation in the lives of up to 50 young women survivors per year.

Case Management

Each of our clients receives personalized long-term assistance including counseling, education and career guidance, and legal support. Survivors are assigned a case manager and develop a comprehensive goal plan for themselves to rebuild her life and become fully free, aware, inspired, and restored.


With the recognition that women who are sold for sex are victims, not criminals, our advocacy program provides women with supportive services in lieu of criminal charges. The program works closely with our clients to provide voices for our victims to protect them from previous charges, prevent future trafficking, and prosecute their traffickers instead the victims.

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