(254) 266 - 6620 (24 hrs - Text/Call)
We know hearing about the Trafficking or exploitation of people in the sex trade industry can be shocking.
We get it, so we stand in the gap with the marginalized, survivors, and families to tell their stories of truth about the exploitation which is occurring within the heart of our communities.
We provide information about this modern-day slavery through online resources, creative presentations, curriculum, and trusted partners.
We advocate alongside community partners to empower exploited persons, survivors, and their families. To offer hope, healing pathways, and connection.
Restoration is a lengthy process assisted by prayer, trained advocates, and community collaboration to provide safe exit resources.
We use highly skilled intensive investigative methods to restore hope for our communities and families.
Many exploited individuals feel isolated. Very often living in places with limited outside contact, and a vast majority are unaware of valuable resources available to them, even if they choose to leave abuse or their Traffickers or exploiters.
Outreach efforts and interventions help to build relationships, trust, demonstrate the love of Christ, and empower survivors with a way out.
Survivors of sex trade abuse experience immense complex trauma while "in the life" and that's why we need places that provide specialty care to heal. To become whole again.
We want to provide transitional safe places as survivors exit exploitive situations. Our really big goal is to provide spaces to heal and recover fully by providing a Safe House for this to happen.
Please be in prayer for what God has planned for the location, size, and people to help.
Changing the culture or mindset of the buyer, who are predominantly male is essential to eradicate modern-day slavery affecting women, young people, children, our families, businesses, and communities. We are seeking men to step up as presenters and speakers.
We have a vision to partner with businesses to adopt a zero-tolerance of porn & sex exploitation policy in their workplace/trips with their employees.
Through prayer, awareness, and activities supported by men to engage men, we believe massive shift and healing can occur.
We mobilize communities ..... to discover ways to end the demand and exploitation of people in the sex trade because no human life should be for sale.
We accomplish this mission .... through awareness, outreach, offering safe housing and restoration options for survivors which empower them to move forward with hope and dignity.
A ROSE Program collaborates with survivors, teens, adults, parents, businesses, schools, non-profits, law enforcement, and other community stakeholders.
We empower communities to better advocate how to become safer and stronger because a well-informed public can disrupt the ability of buyers, exploiters, predators, and traffickers to operate within our communities, schools, businesses, and homes.
We empower survivors and families to step forward and speak up in their communities. To become a voice for others to obtain valuable services or resources and to discover healing pathways.
We provide services/resources for survivors and for families (Facebook support group)
We believe through God, faith, prayer and community collaboration the culture of exploitation can end.
SMS: 233733 (Text "HELP" or "INFO")
Hours: 24 hours, 7 days a week
Languages: English, Spanish and 200 more languages
A ROSE Program Help Line
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1-800-843-5678 (24 Hours)
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