Starting May 1, the miles that you bike, walk, run, swim, kayak or however you track miles by being active, can support survivors of human trafficking. This event is free to join, and open to any ages and all abilities.Learn More
Human trafficking is the second-largest criminal industry in the world, with over 800,000 people trafficked against their will across international borders each year. For those who escape, many are left with the scarring aftermath of trauma and addiction from being treated like a commodity. The road to healing requires a comprehensive response. It's not enough to offer a single solution, which is why Worthwhile Wear utilizes a multi pronged approach to address this growing issue.
Connect with survivors through community outreach at Worth It. A program that offers a series of classroom experiences designed for women who have experienced sexual trauma from exploitation, trafficking or prostitution.
Provide safe housing and wraparound services at The Well. This program offers a holistic approach to healing from sexual trauma through housing, counseling, mentorship, life skills training, personal budgeting, and more.
Offer economic self-sufficiency starting with Worthwhile Thrift. The stores provide employment to the women in our programs. Teaching participants proper work skills, how to apply for a job, and good work etiquette is crucial for achieving long-term success.
"I am learning that I have a voice and I AM ENOUGH! My past no longer defines me and I am forever grateful for this program and all the people involved!"
I am not what happened to me. I am not the wrongs I have done. I am not the mistakes I have made. I am not forgotten, abandoned, nor alone. I am worth it!
I used to be a prisoner in my own body that was a slave to silence. Becuase of this program I have freedom and I have a voice!
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