Midwest News

Keeping Our Children Safe & Empowered

Our Prevention Program is continuing to expand to save young lives and is thriving in the Midwest with partnerships including the Department of Children & Family Services and the Chicago Public School System (among others). Our partnership with DCFS allows our team to provide training within group home and congregate care facilities, where children are severely at-risk for being trafficked. This vulnerable population must have tools and education to recognize the tactics of predators and understand where to go to for help. Not only is our Prevention team able to bring our training to children within the system, but we also train the leaders and case workers directly serving them. With the staff properly trained, we ensure that children in need will receive proper resources and care to keep them safe.

Our Prevention Program, since inception, has trained over 24,000 children and interveners. During the COVID-19 crisis, we have transitioned many trainings to a virtual format to expand our reach. Check out our trainings for elementary aged children, teens and parents at www.selahfreedom.com/events.

Announcing the Launch of Groomed Groups!

Exciting announcement! Virtual Groomed Groups are launching this summer, so join our interest list now! Elizabeth Melendez Fisher Good, our Co-Founder and the author of Groomed, will be leading Groomed Groups with women from across the country!


This is your opportunity to grow in your personal freedom journey in a safe space. Learn more and register here.

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