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The Salvation Army partners with Philadelphia Police Department, the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Federal Bureau of Investigations, and Homeland Security.
In 2015, New Day, together with the Philadelphia Police Department, the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Federal Bureau of Investigations, and Homeland Security Investigations established the Philadelphia Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force. Then in 2017 New Day expanded this work to Montgomery County to serve victims of labor and sex trafficking through intensive case management services and legal services.
New Day has been instrumental in developing policies and protocols in both counties and offers training in both counties and statewide to ensure that social service providers and law enforcement are trained to identify and serve survivors of trafficking. New Day’s Victim Advocates offer intensive comprehensive mobile case management to survivors in both counties engaging with them and supporting them through their journey of healing. New Day Victim Advocates are able to support clients in all age demographics, gender identities, and immigration status.
New Day has been instrumental in the creation and designing of the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas Family Division’s specialty court called, Working to Restore Adolescents’ Power (WRAP). WRAP is one of the only trafficking specific court rooms in the country and is designed to serve adjudicated and delinquent youth who have been victims of trafficking. It has been viewed as a model nation-wide. New Day Victim Advocates are stationed in the court room as victim specialists offering technical assistance and clinical support to survivors.