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OnWatch™ is a survivor-led training designed to empower you to spot, report, and prevent sex trafficking where you live, work, and play. Through true survivor experiences, industry experts explain the key indicators of trafficking, as well as how you can support a survivor’s path to freedom.

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What is human trafficking?

Federal law defines human trafficking as a crime that uses force, fraud or coercion to induce a person into commercial sex acts, labor or services against his or her will. 

Does sex trafficking occur in the DMV area?

Yes, this multi-billion dollar criminal industry permeates all 50 states. Please see the statistics provided by the National Human Trafficking Hotline on Virginia, Maryland and Washington D.C.

What do I do if I or someone I know needs immediate assistance?

If you are in immediate need, please call the trafficking hotline 1.888.373.7888., or text the hotline at 233733. If you feel you are in immediate danger, please call 911.

About Libertas

Who does Libertas Home support?

We support survivors of abuse and trafficking between ages 11-17.

What does Libertas Home do?

Libertas Home provides an array of programs. We offer a safe home for girls ages 11-17. Victim services include therapy, schooling, and career advice for residents. In addition we offer public education on sex trafficking and prevention for the community. Libertas Home also partners with churches and other organizations in the area.

Does Libertas Home force religion on rescued survivors?

We are a Christ-centered organization that believes our love overflows from Jesus Christ and His sacrifice for us. We therefore attempt to demonstrate that love to others, but we do not require a conversion in order to stay at our safe home or participate in our events. Our doors are open to all.

Get Involved

How can I get involved at Libertas Home and fight sex trafficking?

A nonprofit is as strong as the community that holds it up. Together, we can do more than we can do alone. Let’s bring our abilities and passions together to effect real change.

There are many ways to join us and support our mission, such as becoming a prayer partner, hosting a movie night, becoming a mentor, and volunteering at an event, among others. Contact us to learn more about volunteer opportunities, fundraising events, and ways that you can help spread our message to your friends and family.

What are some ways to give to Libertas House?

We are thankful for all your support. There are many ways you can help support and give to Libertas House, including hosting a fundraiser, seeing if your employer matches donations, and giving financially, among other things. Learn more about the ways you can support here.

Are there any events I can attend?

Please check out our get involved and social media pages for the latest information on upcoming events.

 

Can someone from Libertas Home speak at my church or organization?

Absolutely! Please reach out to info@libertashome.org  for more information.