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What We Do

 

Jasmine Grace Outreach helps individuals break free from drug addiction, sexual exploitation, and a hopeless way of life. We are a dedicated team of survivors and those in recovery who are available to help guide those who are ready and need our help. We offer addiction support and exit strategies, recovery groups, mentoring and coaching, and many paths to help bring awareness to all.

Our Recovery Support Groups empower women and help them “self-identify” as victims of this lifestyle and start on their journey of self-discovery and healing. Once they know they are no longer a victim and that they are, instead, survivors, the healing can begin. At this point, we are able to step up alongside them and mentor/support them as they journey through.

Many addicts and victims of sex trafficking are victims of unimaginable circumstances, and sometimes it just takes one decision to turn into years of heartache. Even though those choices cannot be undone, nobody deserves to suffer a lifetime of loneliness or fear. We are here to guide you and walk alongside you step by step. You are not alone.

Provide Exit Services & Support

Often times many women who are trapped in cycles of sexual exploitation or trafficking feel alone and hopeless. We provide connections to local and national safe homes and recovery services so they can start the path to healing.

Speaking & Training

We would love to be a part of your next event! Hire us to keynote your event, speak on a panel, or host a workshop to help educate and change women’s lives.

Mentoring & Recovery Coaching

We walk alongside our survivors and women as they exit the cycle of sex trafficking and exploitation, and we walk alongside those who have been out for some time and still need support as they journey deeper into the healing process. We also have a Certified Recovery Coach to support the women that have substance misuse disorder as an added layer to their trauma.

Recovery Groups

We offer an 8-10-week survivor-led support group that educates about the harms of the commercial sex trade and unhealthy relationships. Many women in substance abuse treatment don’t know they are survivors of exploitation/trafficking, and this group empowers participants as they “self-identify” as survivors. Then—and only then—can they begin the healing process. Support group topics include, but are not limited to: Healthy relationships, boundaries, coping skills, what is sex trafficking, art therapy, and more!

Survivor Leadership Opportunities

Many of the women that we meet and walk alongside decide they would like to give back and help other struggling women, speak at events, or just grow in their leadership skills. We can help connect them to opportunities and help them reach their goals.

Bags of Hope Outreach

BOH is our outreach ministry and one of our favorite and most important aspects of the work we do. It’s also how YOU can connect and volunteer with us! We partner with over 30 programs in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island to give out purple bags filled with basic hygiene items to vulnerable women. If you would like to host an event or donate items, let us know!

Hire Us To Speak

at your next event

 

As a survivor of sex trafficking and drug addiction, Jasmine is an effective keynote speaker, panel participant, and facilitator for trainings, workshops, and groups. She or one of her other dedicated team members are available to speak at events to help educate and bring awareness to the world of addiction and sex exploitation. We want to speak up for those who are in need of help and hope—and we also want to help educate those who are looking to get involved and volunteer.

Bags of Hope

Reaching Out In A Practical Way

Women who are living on the streets or in programs throughout Massachusetts and New Hampshire are given Bags filled with basic items that we take for granted everyday. There are resource cards in every Bag to let them know, there is another way. And that they can have Hope because, if Jasmine can make it off the streets and find a New Life – so can they.