The mission of The Lifeboat Project is to raise awareness of the issue of human trafficking and to empower the lives of survivors through long-term aftercare, residential programs, trauma counseling, housing, personal development, and educational resources.
The Lifeboat Project’s vision is to inspire and engage communities in a collaborative effort to battle human trafficking.
The Lifeboat Project provides comprehensive services in a structured environment over seven days per week, twenty-four hours per day to adult victims of human trafficking, regardless of gender, faith denomination, racial-ethnic background, sexual orientation or socioeconomic status. Individuals may self-refer or be referred by other community resources, including but not limited to law enforcement officials, corrections officers, and courts.
The Compass Program is characterized by a series of three complete phases: “Safe, Heal, Grow” that are designed to incrementally and systematically increase the level of efficacy and responsibility achieved by each survivor. Each phase is outlined in terms of expectations as they are related to service plan goals and areas of responsibility. Actual duration of our program is contingent upon the individualized services required, and specific goals applicable to each client.