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RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM
AND INTAKE

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Our Residential Program

Our residential program is structured into three phases, guided by an evidence-based theory of change that facilitates the journey from survival-based existence to purposeful, self-sufficient living. Each phase is carefully designed to promote healing and empowerment in a trauma-informed environment.

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Learning Center

As survivors begin to work through the trauma that results from trafficking, they often need to re-learn basic life skills and healthy coping techniques. Throughout each phase of our program, ladies attend daily life skills building classes and receive spiritual growth opportunities and group support at our learning center.

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Phase One

In this phase, survivors receive comprehensive 24/7 care, counseling, case management and much-needed rest. Basic life skills and healthy coping mechanisms are relearned, aided by daily life skills classes, spiritual growth opportunities and group support.

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Phase Two

Graduating to phase two, survivors transition to our second safe house where they continue to receive services while learning to regain their independence. Our strengths-based approach helps them explore education and career possibilities, focusing on holistic healing of body, mind, and spirit.

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Phase Three

The third phase is marked by further independence as survivors move to our third safe house. Here, they exercise their newfound skills and confidence, while pursuing education and career development. This phase prepares them for sustainable freedom as they confidently take flight on their own.

Residential Intake Process

STEP 1: IDENTIFY HER ELIGIBILITY FOR RESIDENTIAL

Is she at least 18 years old?

  • She is 18 years old or older has been compelled to provide sexual services or labor services through the use of either force (violence), fraud (lies), or coercion (threats); and/or

  • She engaged in commercial sexual exploitation (pornography, stripping, etc.) through the use of either force (violence), fraud (lies), or coercion (threats); and/or

  • She engaged in survival sex (meaning: she provided sexual services in exchange for basic needs of food, shelter, safety, etc.)

STEP 2: EDUCATE YOUR REFERRAL

Is she ready to be empowered and discover her strengths?

We are a sober-living program offering a fresh start in life. Our program will assist her in meeting her physical, emotional, mental, social, and spiritual needs. She needs to be willing to let go of old, unhealthy relationships in order to rebuild herself up. She also needs to be willing to let go of social media and internet use while she is in early recovery phases.​ Here are a few important tips to share:

  • This is a program based on empowerment and taking responsibility for herself.

  • This program has specific activities, a schedule, and phases of progression that will move her toward health and self-sufficiency.

  • The house requires shared spaces and shared chores. 

  • She must be willing to be sociable and build healthy relationships.

  • She will be expected to participate in counseling, house meetings, vocational training, and other varied program activities.

STEP 3: COMPLETE THE CLIENT APPLICATION FORM

Next, your referral will need to be available for a phone or in-person interview.​ Complete the application and email it to referrals@hersong.org

A follow up call will be bade by our agency to discuss our program in more detail and address any questions.​

STEP 4: PREPARE TO BRING HER HOME TO HER SONG

In preparation for the intake process, please make every effort to collect the following background documents:

  • Any discharge papers from hospital, detox, rehab, or psychiatric programs

  • Any legal documents, outstanding financial obligations, important contacts

  • Recent drug/alcohol test (within the last 2 weeks)

  • Recent medical test

  • Identification

  • Insurance documents

  • Parole or probation reporting requirements

We will work with you to arrange her transportation to our facility. Upon arrival, we will complete all intake paperwork for the residential program.

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Agency & Advocate Inquiries

Are you an agency or an advocate looking to guide a survivor to our long-term residential care program?

 

For immediate support, contact the Her Song team at:

904.568.6173      |      referrals@hersong.org

IF YOU SUSPECT HUMAN TRAFFICKING IN THE UNITED STATES, PLEASE CALL 1-888-373-7888 or TEXT “Help” to BEFREE.

Open 24 hours, 7 days a week. English, Spanish, and 200 more languages available. 

humantraffickinghotline.org

If you are a survivor and need Her Song services, call Her Song at 1-844-HER-HOPE (1-844-437-4673). If you need emergency assistance, call 911.

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IF YOU SUSPECT HUMAN TRAFFICKING IN THE UNITED STATES,
PLEASE CALL 1-888-373-7888 or TEXT “Help” to BEFREE.


Open 24 hours, 7 days a week. English, Spanish, and 200 more languages available. 

humantraffickinghotline.org

If you are a survivor and need Her Song services, call Her Song at 1-844-HER-HOPE (1-844-437-4673). If you need emergency assistance, call 911.

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