Breaking Free (Minnesota)
Description of Services
Breaking Free helps an average of 400-500 women/girls each year escape prostitution/sexual exploitation through advocacy, direct services, housing, and education. Services provided include: Case Management, Community Education/Training, Educational Support, End Demand, Job Readiness/Skills Training, “John School,” Legal Services, Life Skills Training, Outreach, Services Referrals, Shelter.
In Spring 2014, Breaking Free plans to launch a transitional housing program for girls ages 16-17 who are escaping sex trafficking. This program proposes to include intensive case management, supportive services, life skills training, and educational opportunities.
Geographic Area ServedUSA & Minnesota
Address: P.O. Box 4366, St. Paul, Minnesota 55104
CategoriesCase Management, Housing / Shelter (Emergency), Legal Services (Accompaniment), Legal Services (Civil/Restitution), Legal Services (Criminal Defense), Legal Services (Family/Child Custody), Legal Services (Immigration), Legal Services (Labor/Employment Complaints), Legal Services (Orders of Protection), Outreach, Community Education/Training
Resource forAcademics / Researchers, Law Enforcement, Policy Advocates / Policy Makers, Victims and Survivors, Judiciary, Lawyers, Trafficking Victims/Survivors
Last Updated on
May 14th, 2014