Our agency offers support toward healing through case management, therapy services, and a drop-in center survivors can utilize that provides food, clothing, bus passes, emotional support and more. As of 2018 we were able to expand the program thanks to government funding. The new expanded program is now called STRAPWA (Sex Trafficking Response and Awareness) and now serves not only survivors of sex trafficking, but also secondary victims and non-offending caregivers. Through education and collaboration, Rebuilding Hope! improves the community’s response to sex trafficking and challenges the behaviors and beliefs that promote sexual violence.