Join us for the Diamond Gala to benefit The Salvation Army’s new Anti-Human Trafficking Program on Saturday, March 3, 2018 at The National Press Club in downtown Washington, DC. Our special guest is Elizabeth Smart.
The Salvation Army National Capital Area Command’s new Anti- Human Trafficking Program will provide a 24-Hour Emergency Response, with a residential component that will include comprehensive services designed to bring restoration to women and men who have been exploited.
The program will use evidenced-based best practices with a strengths-based and trauma-informed approach including:
24-hour hotline and intake process
Emergency transportation to the shelter (day or night)
Eight emergency beds for adult victims of human trafficking
A comfortable living environment in a secure and undisclosed location
24-hour trauma informed staff
Immediate Care (food, clothing, shelter, personal items, etc.
Emergency Medical, Mental Health and Dental care
Comprehensive Case Management
Trauma Informed Care
Assistance with Personal Identification Documents
Long-Term Placement Services (with both local and long distance transportation provided) and,