The SA Program Model — Rewritten

“I now have boundaries and standards that I have control over. I love this community that supports and cares for me and my son.” C, (Participant)

Committed Community

The Followcare Program is provided to all participants who have graduated from the program and provides the follow-up and care they need to be successful in the community at large. Invitations to events are extended, one-on-one care is provided and opportunities to lead classes and/or sponsor new program participants are created. The Followcare Program is ongoing for as long as the participant is in need of extended support.

Leaders of Tomorrow

Servant-Leadership Program – Extra-Curricular
Once participants have graduated from Phases I and II of the program, they may choose to apply to the organization’s Servant Leadership Program. This level of programming is made available to participants who demonstrate a heart of service and a desire to give back to the program that helped them achieve their goals. This program prepares participants to join the staff of the organization in a paid or unpaid position and may include facilitating classes in the recovery day program and/or sponsoring new participants that are at the beginning stages of their recovery. This program also prepares participants to become Honourary Servants and is the stepping stone for them to become the leaders of tomorrow for the organization, enabling them to be a voice and helping hands to those still sexually exploited/trafficked at national or international levels.

Stopping the Cycle of Abuse

The SA Program Model offers services not only to sexually exploited/trafficked youth and women, but also provides space for their children. While services are not directly given to these children, mothers are able to bring them into the housing and day program facilities and receive support and guidance while parenting. By supporting these youth and women in their parenting, the SA Program Model is equipping them to stop the cycle of abuse in the lives of their children and to recover as a family.

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