How We Protect Children
we Educate, Train & Aid
Our mission to empower adults to prevent and respond to child exploitation is accomplished through our three core service programs that educate, train, and aid our citizens to safeguard and protect the children around them.
Our Unmasking Awareness Program brings awareness of the child exploitation tree and its fruit within society. We provide fact-based statistics from a cross-sectional analysis of federal reports, field experts, and frontline workers about the evidence-based reality of child exploitation in the United States.
Our Child-Centered Training Program trains our citizens to be “watchful eyes” with early detection and safeguard techniques to assess when a child is at-risk vs. in-danger. We teach effective child-centered advocacy amid complex situations, helping individuals of all experience levels gain professional tools to safeguard and protect children.
Our Without Walls Aid Program provides practical resources and support to victims of all ages. Through trauma-informed and innovative strategies, we impact their lives through heartfelt gifts and heartfelt connections. Thereby producing more positive outcomes for at-risk and endangered children inside and outside systematic structures.
Abuse prevention is the most effective method. Effectively protecting children requires knowledge and skills that most citizens do not have. Our vision is to equip at least 1% of the U.S. adult population with this essential life-changing information. Because safeguards are essential to reducing a child’s risks.
IDENTIFY & STOP ABUSE
To correctly identify and stop child abuse requires knowledge that most citizens do not have. Our vision is to equip at least 1% of the U.S. adult population with this essential life-changing information before it is needed! Because early detection and action are essential to reducing a child’s suffering.
The Rotten Tree of Child Exploitation
Child exploitation is a rotten tree growing rotten fruit, producing some of our most debilitating social and human issues. We often address the bad fruit, but the corrupt tree continues growing. We don’t do the norm because we don’t focus on the fruit (effects). As a PREVENTION organization, we are doing our best to follow the directives of Jesus and address the tree called child exploitation.
The orphans and the oppressed will be terrified no longer, for You will bring them justice and no one will trouble them. Psalms 10.18