Emergency Services & Safe House Placement Program

In 2022, Safe House Project budgeted $88k to support 50 survivors with emergency exits from their trafficking situation and safe house placement. We have seen a 140% increase over budget this year and are expecting to serve over 100 survivors by the end of 2022.

Will you partner with us to get every single survivor to safety?

Safe House Project has served 70 survivors to date in 2022 from 27 states and Washington D.C.

Safe House Project has trained over 250K people to identify and report suspected trafficked, resulting in increased victim identification. Based on the current rate of survivor identification, we anticipate serving 100-120 survivors with emergency services and safe house placement by the end of 2022. That is a 140% increase over our budget. To effectively serve the increase in survivors and prepare for sustained growth in 2023, we are seeking an additional $200K to support our emergency program. Ultimately, we never want to turn a survivor away because every number has a name, every name has a story, and every story matters.


increase in expected emergency placements than budgeted for in 2022.

Serving survivors cost can include:

  • Same day or next day airfare

  • Hotel for survivor for 1-2 nights

  • Grocery delivery

  • Hygiene products and clothes

  • Transportation to airport

  • Case Management

  • Victim Services

What is your relationship to the survivor seeking placement?

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"When a survivor has the courage to escape, we want to make sure that there is someone there to say ‘I see you. You are safe. We will do everything we can to help.’”

- Alia Dewees, SHP Aftercare Development Director & Survivor Leader