We protect survivors

We provide emergency care and long-term followup for survivors of exploitation and abuse


Our protection programs:


Emergency Shelter

When a woman or child is the victim of violence or exploitation, we work together with local authorities and child welfare officials to determine the best response. Our family-style emergency shelter provides temporary restorative care with the goal of getting every child back into a healthy family as soon as possible. 



Family-based Care

When a child's birth family is not a safe option to return to, we seek out family-based alternatives. If kinship care is not possible, we recruit and equip foster families through the local church. We have placed 30 children in safe, family-based care.


Crisis Hotline

In marginalized communities, people don't report abuse for fear of deportation. We serve as trusted allies for these communities -- we are usually the first call parents make when a child goes missing or abuse is happening in a neighbor’s home. We respond to reports in collaboration with our local child protection network.



Freedom Restoration Project

After earning her Masters in Clinical Social Work from the University of California, Sia returned to Mae Sot to lead the Freedom Restoration Project. She supports women and children experiencing domestic violence and exploitation. Sia meets them where they are to help them heal and discern their futures.