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Resilience Rising

Resilience Rising combats the commercial sexual exploitation of women and children in the United States by providing residential and mentoring programs with opportunities for safety, healing, and empowerment.

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Advocacy Community
Advocacy Victim
Case Management
Community Education
Education Assistance
Job Training
Exit Services
Financial Assistance
Mental Health
Substance Abuse help

For Survivors

Resilience Rising's ARF serves young women - cis and trans - ages 18yo through 25yo who are survivors of sexual exploitation, trafficking, or exiting the sex trade. This program is for those in need of 24 hour care, supervision, and treatment, generally related to mental health, behavioral health, or substance abuse needs. We partner with Child Protective Services for older system-involved youth and law enforcement diversion programs for prostitution and drug concerns.

Resilience Rising provides trauma informed, survivor centered, evidence based programming that works to develop coping and life skills needed to break the intergenerational cycles of abuse and trauma that make these women vulnerable to sexual exploitation. Our focus is on providing opportunities for safety, healing, and empowerment through holistic interventions, individualized treatment planning, and case management.

For Advocates

Please check out our website for ways to donate to our programs and help with fundraisers.

EVENforONE is excited to explore how we can best support the referral aspects of the counter-trafficking fight and will be launching refined services and tools in the future!
Due to this developmental season we'll be temporarily stepping back from case management, for both overcomers and other anti-trafficking organizations. The primary purpose is to take what we’ve been learning so far and improve our support structure and our processes to ensure we’re contributing to effective and sustainable healing outcomes for everyone engaging with our advocacy-based assistance in the future. While we're on this pause, our public database will still remain fully available for use.
This is a public database of resources available in the counter-trafficking fight. We do our best to verify these resources are safe and trustworthy, but EVENforONE assumes no responsibility related to your use of these resources - use at your own risk - and please make the best decisions you can to guard your own safety. As a whole, the anti-trafficking community still has a lot to learn about how to collaborate well for assisting overcomers in a consistently healthy way, and EVENforONE desires to be a positive advocate for that as we learn and grow too.