After care programs attempt to address both the immediate and long- term needs of each victim of trauma. These services may include residential facilities, medial and mental health care, education, job training and economic development programs. After care or restoration programs work to help the victims of oppression to rebuild their lives and respond to the complex emotional and physical needs that are often the result of abuse.

CARES Northwest

CARES Northwest’s mission is to stop child abuse and neglect through multidisciplinary prevention, medical evaluation, and ongoing treatment in partnership with our community.

Center for Hope and Safety

The Mid-Valley Women's Crisis Service offers safe refuge and support to women and children who survive domestic and sexual violence. Our programs and services inform survivors of their options and support them in their choices. A cornerstone of our philosophy is respect for the survivor's rights, including the right to decide whether to report to the police the crime or crimes committed against her. We work with survivors of any race, color, creed, religious belief or sexual orientation. 


Children's Center

Children’s Center is a child abuse assessment and intervention center whose mission is to support and medically assess children who are suspected victims of abuse or neglect. 

Divine Threads

Divine Threads weaves hope into women's lives through a Christ-centered approach to restoration.  We are a non-profit organization dedicated to providing disadvantaged women across the Northwest with clothing, spiritual support, education and job skill training.




Door to Grace

Door to Grace ensures that sexually exploited youth find necessary, vital resources to sustain their progression from surviving to thriving. These resources are interwoven with our commitment to demonstrate Christ’s love and redemptive healing by our actions. Our mission is to bring safe and loving family to sexually exploited children. As part of this mission, Door to Grace provides mentoring and support through our REACH (Restore, Educate, Activity, Community, Home) daytime program. We train and equip volunteers, churches and communities to provide safe, healthy relationships and long term support to sex-trafficked survivors. We collaborate with local service agencies who are also working with these youth.  

Engedi Refuge Ministry

Engedi Refuge is a faith-based restoration program for adult women who are suffering from the effects of sexual exploitation.

Faith Alliance Against Slavery and Trafficking

FAAST is a Christian alliance working in collaboration to eradicate human trafficking and restore survivors.

Hands of Hope

Hands of Hope provides support and hope for at-risk youth who have been affected by generational exploitation and women who have been trafficked, guiding them towards an abundant life in Jesus. This is accomplished through Resources and Advocacy.

Hope for Justice

Hope for Justice was formed under The Home Foundation for the purpose of training, investigation, and restoration for the victims of human trafficking here in the United States. 

Hope Ranch Ministries

Hope Ranch Ministries is a faith-based fellowship committed to providing safety, healing and hope for survivors of human trafficking and intensive sexual trauma. This ministry endeavors to provide a voice for those rendered mute by the horror of sexual exploitation. Every human being  is honored as a unique creation worthy of dignity and love.

International Justice Mission

International Justice Mission (IJM) is a human rights agency that secures justice for victims of slavery, sexual exploitation and other forms of violent oppression. IJM lawyers, investigators and aftercare professionals work with local officials to ensure immediate victim rescue and aftercare, to prosecute perpetrators and to promote functioning public justice systems.

Janus Youth Programs

Janus Youth Programs originated in 1972 and has grown to become one of the largest nonprofits in the Northwest operating over 20 different programs. Based on best practice models, some of their programs for the vulnerable, exploited, homeless and runaway youth are:

LifeWorks Northwest - New Options for Women (NOW)

Mental Health and Addictions Treatment

LifeWorks Northwest’s New Options for Women (NOW) Program was granted funding in 2008 to decrease street prostitution on 82nd Ave.  The NOW Program provides services to women and girls who have been commercially, sexually exploited. Services offered include mental health and addictions treatment, peer mentoring, case management and wrap-around services to assist participants in getting their basic needs met.  


M25 Ventures

M25 Ventures is a highly entrepreneurial, faith-based, non-profit organization dedicated to the mission of equipping ex-addicts and ex-felons (or anyone needing “reentry” after a life crisis, including individuals who have been trafficked, sexually or otherwise) with the resources and support they need in order to NEVER return to prison or rehab!

Mending the Soul Ministries

Mending the Soul Ministries, Inc.  (MTS) is a nonprofit organization that empowers community leaders to work with groups of people affected by trauma and abuse, enabling those people to heal. By equipping leaders with life-changing resources, Mending the Soul has an exponential impact around the world. . Mending the Soul Ministries is a non-denominational, evangelical, nonprofit organization that offers hope and healing to the wounded and vulnerable in the name of the Lord Jesus.