The United States, even the Rocky Mountain Region, isn’t immune to Human Trafficking. It’s happening within every state, and every city. The good news is, there are many organizations in The Rockies that are fighting for the freedom of these trafficked victims.
FORCE includes physical restraint, physical harm, sexual assault, and beatings. Monitoring and confinement are often used to control victims, especially during the early stages of victimization to break down the victim’s resistance.
FRAUD includes false promises regarding employment, wages, working conditions, love, marriage, or a better life. Over time, there may be unexpected changes in work conditions, compensation or debt agreements, or the nature of the relationship.
COERCION includes threats of serious harm to or physical restraint against any person, psychological manipulation, document confiscation, and shame and fear-inducing threats to share information or pictures with others or report to authorities.
U.S. trafficking is a multi-billion dollar industry. Unfortunately, the Rocky Mountain region is a major consumer of human goods. Many say, "enough", but don't know how to make a difference. S.A.F.E. Rockies shines a light on our region's greatest funding needs to mobilize your generosity and eradicate trafficking. S.A.F.E. is not a non-profit, but a strategic, supportive investor. We are here to help collaborate with organizations in the fight.
S.A.F.E. (Strategic Alliance to Fight Exploitation) is a unique funding model for fighting sex trafficking in the Rockies. Through this strategic model we are able to move the needle against exploitation by funding vetted organizations through tax deductible donations by S.A.F.E. partners and community members.
Donate through our secure giving portal at the National Christian Foundation (NCF). This allows S.A.F.E. Rockies to stay administratively lean while making donations tax deductible. You can give through a NCF fund-to-fund transfer, bank account, or credit/debit cards.
Identifying immediate critical needs, then vetting Alliance organizations that meet those needs.
The service continuum addresses all parts of the fight against exploitation. The S.A.F.E. Advisory Board, comprised of experts in the field, agreed on Phase 1 funding strategy. Total Phase 1 funding of $551,500 will be directed to immediate needs in the Metro Area through:
As of 3/1/21, $121,559.80 has been invested to Fund the Fight!
Full time case management for long term housing clients, for one year. Covered had to turn away 52 clients last year alone for lack of programming accessibility.
Final construction and program development.
One year survivor programming/4 beds.
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Uniting stakeholders (ministries, law enforcement, donors, businesses, etc.) who are collaborating to combat sex trafficking.