A community of sex trafficking survivors...
who are so much more than their trauma
Need emergency referral, a group, or just support?
Email us or text 202-735-1252
for information on volunteering and donations
If you are interested in hosting a survivor led:
education, life skills, or therapeutic group
training, consultation, or workshop
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Call or text 202-735-1252
Located in Washington, D.C. area (confidential location)
Dr. Beth and the Origin of the RIC
From sexual assault and trauma, to sex trafficking and addiction, to pregnancy, and ultimately finding a way back to myself. We are more than just our trauma and together, we can stand strong.
To submit an entry for our blog (and get support to create a social media post to share it) please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Research and Awareness
Bowman, M. E. (2022). Vulnerable populations and sex trafficking: An overview of challenges. Chapter in book: Human Trafficking: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, 3rd ed.
Bowman, M.E. & Dunn, B. (2023). Empowerment or Exploitation? Ethical engagement of survivor leaders in anti-trafficking organizations. Journal of Public and Nonprofit Affairs. Collaboration with Safe House Project.
Reclaim 13 Survivor Art Show
Liz Kimbel for Montclaire University Blog "Trafficking and Persons with Disabilities"
Safe Harbor Bill: Liz Kimbel Interviewed at Maryland State Legislature
Trauma Informed Yoga with Trafficking Survivors (Anxiety and Depression Association of America)