L.I.F.T. (Leading Into Future Truth) Mentoring Organizations Saving Lives

Selah Freedom has been deemed a leading nonprofit organization in the anti-sex trafficking movement. We know that each organization has unique needs and many questions as they prepare to launch and serve this population. Our LIFT Program includes training centers to accelerate learning and provide immersion opportunities virtually. This program will provide your organization with all of the tools needed to feel confident and equipped.

 

"Her Song appreciates the opportunity to work alongside Selah Freedom to advance the fight against human trafficking.While participating in Selah Freedoms organizational mentorship program (L.I.F.T) Selah supported Her Song's journey to grow our infrastructure as we prepare to launch residential programs."

 

Some of the questions you may have could be:

 

  • What steps are needed to open a residential program for sex trafficking survivors?

  • How do you assist survivors when they enter your residential program?

The Hands-On Training & Practical Tools You Need

We will answer these questions, and more as we assist in establishing the foundation, framework and training needed to open a residential program for survivors of sex trafficking - one that is sustainable when the doors open. Selah Freedom provides assistance with policies and procedures, training for staff, best practices, phases in the Residential Program, approaches to trauma informed care and the necessary components of a viable, sustainable program. L.I.F.T. is fee-based and very affordable.

L.I.F.T. provides guidance through these primary focuses:

 

  • Building a sustainable foundation 

  • Preparing the framework for the Residential Program

Over 60 organizations around the globe have been trained to launch their own residential programs and provide services to survivors. To learn more contact lift@selahfreedom.com.

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