Where do we work?
PREVENTION - Youth4Abolition™ (Y4A) – OEW’s chapter-based prevention program began in North Carolina, and is being offered from coast to coast and internationally. Y4A is aimed at preventing children, teens, and young adults from falling victim to sexual exploitation. Students go through a 10 lesson human trafficking educational curriculum. Each chapter creates an event to educate their peers and community on the issue.
AFTERCARE - OEW Hope House™ – The Carolina’s only residential care program for child victims of sex trafficking, offering a holistic, trauma-informed model of care. Survivors receive long-term housing, 24-hour care, onsite private school, therapy, mentors, life skills, health care, recreation, and individualized treatment plans.
EMPOWERMENT - Fields of Hope – A work empowerment program for survivors, who are provided paid, educational fellowships to participate in a year long curriculum focused on professional development and leadership. They make a variety of handmade products. FOH currently operates in Charlotte, NC with plans to expand nationally and internationally.