HUMAN TRAFFICKING is a global issue. The women that we serve come from our local communities, as well as through our connections nationally.
The use of Force, Fraud, or Coercion, for the purpose of exploitation.
Realize the widespread impact of trauma and understand paths for recovery. Recognize the signs and symptoms of trauma in patients, families, and staff. Integrate knowledge about trauma into policies, procedures, and practices. Actively avoid retraumatization.
For many survivors of HUMAN TRAFFICKING, drugs and alcohol dependencies are a part of their trafficking experience. Maintaining and continuing to work on their sobriety plays a key role in the Sanctum House program.
RingTrue works with Sanctum House survivors. Ringtrue offer employment to women recovering from Human Trafficking to make jewelry that is sold online and in stores around the Metro Detroit Michigan. Learn more in the story on Fox2Detroit or on the Ringtrue website.
Sanctum House participated in Let’s Talk Human Trafficking at the Greater Grace Temple! Link to story. Detroit Wayne Integrated Health Network hosted Let’s Talk Human Trafficking with Randi Rossario and featured staff and lived experience experts from Sanctum House. Survivors share their human trafficking stories during Detroit panel Fox2 Detroit.