Groundwork: A Shelter Operations Podcast

Sinopsis

The Samaritan Women is a national nonprofit that specializes in long-term housing of survivors of human trafficking. Open since 2011, they have built one of the few long-term restoration programs for adult female survivors of sex trafficking in the country.



Through their work, they have learned about what it takes to run a shelter, from security to programming and education to volunteer support. They are eager to share the world of shelter operations with those who may consider building their own shelters for survivors of trafficking. They operate homes in the mid-Atlantic region and conduct events related to education, awareness, and action.



www.thesamaritanwomen.org and groundwork@thesamaritanwomen.org

Episodios

  • Building Community Partners

    23/01/2016 Duración: 24min
  • Safety and Security

    30/11/2015
  • Summary of Residential Service Provider’s Guide to Working with Law Enforcement Referrals of Human Trafficking Victims

    20/11/2015 Duración: 38min
  • Survivors Speak: TSW Works

    23/09/2015
  • Meeting Needs of Foreign Nationals

    06/09/2015
  • Choosing a Population

    31/08/2015
  • Survivors Speak: Family Atmosphere

    26/08/2015
  • Serving Minors with “Courage”

    10/08/2015 Duración: 22min
  • Examining the H.E.A.R.T. Model

    29/07/2015
  • Choosing Your Best Location

    09/07/2015

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