Embracing sex trafficking survivors with comfort and support as they transition from slavery to a safe place.
To improve the transition from sexual exploitation to freedom with every individual involved.
Survivors who make it out of sexual exploitation usually leave with nothing.
At the time of their escape or rescue, basic necessities like clean undergarments, clothing, toiletries & food are usually not in their possession. When they cross the line of freedom, we want them to know someone was waiting for them. Someone is welcoming them with support through their transition to a safe place. Trafficked people deserve comfort and safety and we as a society owe that to them.
- Large Zipped Tote
- "Covered" Blanket
- Complete Outfit (Size XS-XXL)
- Toiletries & Hygiene Items
- Take Flight Necklace
- "Fighting For Your Purpose" Book
- Healthy Snacks & Water
- First Aid Kit
- Resource List for Survivors
- Gift Cards
- Food & Clothing
- Transportation During Escape
- Temporary Housing During Escape
- Safe House and Program Entry Fees
- Detox Program
- Medical Needs
- Legal Help
Specifically to aid in the transition from exploitation to a safe place.
EDUCATING & EQUIPPING
- Law enforcement, Investigators, Homeland Security, Immigration
- State Agencies (Children & Family)
- Foster Care Community
- Paramedics, First Responders & Hospital Emergency Room Staff
- Non Profit Organizations who directly work with victims of
trafficking, violence, sexual assault and drug addiction.
- Legislators, Judges & Attorneys
- What is Sex Trafficking?
- Types of Trafficking in America
- How to Identify Sex Trafficking Victims
- The Demand, Who are the customers and buyers of exploited
- How to Protect Children, Including Online, Apps & Gaming Devices
- Trafficker Pimp Control
- Types of Trauma Trafficking Victims and Survivors Experience
- Introduction Satanic Ritual Occult Trafficking
- How to Report Sex Trafficking
TAKE FLIGHT SURVIVORS does outreach to children, youth and adults in the sex industry, youth detention facilities and prisons to help victims and at risk populations due to the vulnerabilities of devastating complex trauma and challenging life circumstances.