Care for Survivors of Sex Trafficking
LSS offers outreach services and support for Minnesota youth who have experienced sex trafficking or been sexually exploited. In many areas we provide health services, connect youth to safe housing. The goal is for youth to not only leave the dangers of the commercial sex trade, but to start new, healthy and productive lives.
Navigators help connect youth to housing, mental health support, employment, basic needs, caring adults, legal services, advocacy, health care and other community resources.
A scattered site transitional service for survivors of sex trafficking. Saving Grace provides youth 24 years old or younger with safe independent housing, life planning, and provides basic needs.
Sex Trafficking Education (Metro)
Offering training opportunities for outreach workers who focus on working with youth who have been sexually exploited. We also equip congregations with educational tools and resources.
Assists youth or young adults up to age 24 who have been sexually exploited or trafficked.