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in caring for survivors of sexual explotation and those at-risk through our residential and community programs!
WOMEN'S RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM - NORTH • AGES 18-32
Providing trauma-informed care to sex trafficking survivors and those at risk with the service of physical, emotional and spiritual restoration. This program is an independent living apartment setting where survivors can live and engage with healthy community support. All participants receive education, personalized therapy, career training, supportive community, financial management, and life skills instruction off site at the Women's Academy.
WOMEN'S RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM - SOUTH • AGES 18-21
GIRLS' RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM • AGES 12–17
This program prepares youth to become independent of social services while connects them to life-long permanency solutions and directs them in pursuing educational and career opportunities. All participants receive education, personalized therapy, career training, supportive community, financial management, and life skills instruction off site at the Women's Academy.
Providing trauma-informed care to survivors of DMST* in the service of physical, emotional and spiritual restoration. In a safe residential environment, girls are encouraged to set their personal goals in her therapy and education, and each is supported by staff and volunteers throughout her journey of healing.
*DMST is the commercial sexual exploitation of American children within U.S. borders.
WOMEN'S ACADEMY • AGES 18+
Formally known as the Empowered Living Academy, the Women’s Academy offers life-changing programming to young women who have experienced difficulty gaining living-wage employment due to life circumstances such as poverty, sexual abuse, and trafficking. The Women’s Academy offers an invaluable opportunity to equip women in Atlanta’s communities for success!
YOUTH ACADEMY • BOYS & GIRLS AGES 14+
Recognizing that many children are facing multiple instances of family and community trauma as they navigate life, the Youth Academy will add another layer of prevention, specific to those at-risk or involved in trafficking. By providing access to much needed social, emotional, and academic interventions, students will be empowered to overcome obstacles and move toward meeting both academic and life goals.