The use of Force, Fraud, or Coercion, for the purpose of exploitation
Any commercial sex act performed due to force, fraud, or coercion. Any child (under 18) that performs a commercial sex act is considered Child Sex Trafficking, without the need to prove force, fraud, or coercion.
Free labor or domestic servitude for little or no pay, typically through the means of force, fraud, or coercion for the purpose of exploitation
Sanctum House treats the whole individual, by providing customized care, led by our Program Manager, Shannon Brandt, & Supervising Case Manager, Erica Watkins. Trauma Informed Care means that we:
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.
Peer Recovery Coaching Group with an outside certified peer recovery coach
Founded in 1953, a tried and true system for narcotic addiction recovery
Unity Service and Recovery, the 12 Step Program.
Cognitive Behavioral Science-Based Recovery Program
A Buddhist Path to Recovering from Addiction
Several staff at Sanctum House are certified to conduct training. Whether you are a school, a medical institution, or a community organization, learning how to identify human trafficking victims and perpetrators is the first step in preventing the crime.
Contact email@example.com to request a training or an info session