Here are five recommendations by human trafficking survivors to the United States Advisory Council on Human Trafficking.
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The SA vision began in 1989 when the SA founder received her commission to start up a program in Calgary, Alberta that is designed specifically to meet the unique long-term (3 to 7 years) recovery needs of sexually exploited youth, women and their children.
The SA Foundation seeks to accomplish its vision by providing a way out for young women (and their children) that are able to escape the sex trade. The Foundation’s highly effective recovery program offers them a viable solution; therefore planting these programs in conjunction with charitable groups is our top priority!
The SA Foundation is a Christian organization that delivers programs that are based on the principles of servanthood, personal recovery and community. Our long term objective is that no person be enslaved by, or trapped in the sex trade.