Each of our initiatives is rooted in aftercare for survivors, prevention for at-risk youth, or awareness training for first responders and the community.
Green Bay, WI
Survivors of sex trafficking experience unspeakable trauma. As a result, they require a highly specialized level of care that’s rooted in best and promising practices. The Rose home, based in Green Bay, Wisconsin is a residential aftercare program that serves survivors ages 18-25 through a holistic, strength-based approach. Treatment includes group and individual therapy, life skills courses, and workforce preparation. The Rose Home is a place for survivors to gain confidence and become empowered to live life to the fullest.
Contrary to popular belief, many victims of trafficking have difficulty realizing the gravity of what they’re involved in, deceived by the belief that unless she’s kidnapped, she’s not worth helping. Based in Mobile, Alabama, The Rose Center is a drop-in center for young women who are severely at risk for trafficking or already being exploited and it provides services ranging from job preparation, to group counseling, individual therapy, and more. The Rose Center serves as a bridge between the life of trafficking and the long-term care she needs to live an empowered life.
When girls are recovered from trafficking situations, they may have few personal items and often feel afraid and vulnerable. Knowing the gravity of these scenarios, we supply first responders canvas bags that are filled with basic essentials like blankets, undergarments, toiletries, and letters of encouragement. A symbol of compassion and care, Response Bags support survivors most basic needs as they begin their journey towards healing.Learn More
The Heart Tour is a one-day event that engages young girls who are at risk for human trafficking. Each event provides targeted education, tips for staying safe and speaks to the individual’s worth and value. Through our alliances with local youth mentorship programs, Eye Heart World is able to sponsor every girl to attend this event, and receive the guidance they need to become strong women in their communities.
It takes motivated, informed people to make a profound change on human trafficking. That’s why we are dedicated to educating and empowering our communities in order to make a difference. We provide targeted trainings tailored to professionals like health care providers, social service providers, and public servants, teaching them what to look for and how to respond when they encounter a victim. All the while, we engage the community with awareness resources.