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In February 2017, The Salvation Army's New Day to Stop Trafficking Program opened New Day New Home (NDNH), a place of residence for female identified individuals who are survivors of sex or labor trafficking.
New Day New Home is a long-term transitional living program that prepares women who have been forced into human trafficking for a new life of independence and self-sufficiency. By being trauma-informed and following the Sanctuary Model, the New Day New Home promotes emotional, mental, spiritual and social well-being and aims to provide individuals the tools they will need to make safe and positive choices.
New Day New Home believes that women are the experts of their story and aims to create a space where they can work towards reclaiming control over their lives. It provides a safe space and home to support the transition of young women from a life of commercial sexual exploitation to self-sufficiency and freedom.
• Safe, secure home, at an undisclosed location in Montgomery Country, serving females from any area.
• Holistic, comprehensive services tailored to each survivor's needs.
• Support for survivors to choose new paths and create new stories
• Safety, Emotions, Loss and Future (S.E.L.F) and spiritual freedom groups.
• Opportunities to build healthy, trusting relationships needed to build lives of self-sufficiency, success, and happiness.
• Building support systems to pave ways to self-sufficiency.
• Length of staying an anticipated 1-3 years in an environment dedicated and encouraging dignity and respect.
• Education (GED, if applicable)
• Vocational Training
• Trauma- and trafficking-informed treatment and activities for behavioral health.
• Daily living skills acquisition-budgeting, basic cooking and housekeeping, and the use of public transportation.
Reach out to Gina Luchey for more information about New Day New Home: