Our mission is simple. To give Hope and a Home to survivors of human trafficking.
Today, over 32 million people are entrapped in modern-day slavery in the world, over 700,000 of them are in the United States. Only 1% are given a proper chance to change their lives forever.
Invisible Innocence was created because we saw a need for a different way of assisting members of the community and how we provide shelter to those who are impacted by modern day slavery. Invisible Innocence empowers with a source of comfort, independence, and most importantly, hope to those affected by human trafficking.
The team of Invisible Innocence has a profound awareness about the influences human trafficking has on individuals and communities. Throughout this journey, we have built a team of diverse professionals with backgrounds ranging from brain trauma to the evolution of slavery.
For the past two years, we have served over 300 members of the community. We have provided training to professionals, worked with college students, and currently serve on various human trafficking committees.
Our home has partnerships to provide comprehensive services to survivors while in our care. Working with entities such as; hospitals, law enforcement, and social services to get them from the streets to long term safety; we have 30 – 45 days to bridge them with the right organization that fits their long-term needs, to move beyond what they endured.
Invisible Innocence won’t end slavery. But we will give that 1% a proper chance, to change their lives forever.