Without a safe place to go, 80% of trafficking survivors will be re-trafficked.Our goal is to Change that.
Libertas Home will be the first safe home in Northern Virginia for girls, ages 11-17, who are survivors of sex trafficking.
Currently, minor survivors who escape are often placed in foster care or in juvenile detention, neither of which provide the necessary care and resources to help them heal.
Our safe home will provide the education and therapy that they need to overcome what they have experienced and to lead healthy, fulfilling lives.
Prevention The problem
Northern Virginia is a hotspot for trafficking because of:
Its proximity to large cities like Washington, D.C., and Baltimore.
Tourism to the area
High income in Fairfax and Loudoun counties
Multiple highways which make it easy to transport victims
Provide parents with prevention training
Give vulnerable children the tools to spot and avoid traffickers
Help men who watch pornography to stop
Help End Trafficking
Join our community of Guardians to raise money for the safe home and to provide prevention programs. Donate today!
Support Our Cause
Our mission does not change with the pandemic. We need your help to continue funding our safe home and provide critical prevention programs to those who need it most. Please donate today.