Road to Rights is a collaborative program meant to reach out to sex trafficking survivors and support them in restoring their citizen rights, as opposed to putting the onus on survivors to know the law and seek relief on their own.
The success of Road to Rights is entirely based on the supportive partnerships we have with other government agencies, the criminal justice system, nonprofits, healthcare and faith-based organizations, to name a few.
Providing information to survivors, gathering supportive evidence, resourcing victims to additional appropriate support services are all part of ensuring the success of helping victims and survivors clear their record and regain their citizen rights!
Our stakeholders and community partners help to ensure that the Road to Rights program is able to meet the goal of serving survivors of sex trafficking and restoring their citizen rights.
If you are a partner or potential partner and would like more information on Road to Rights, a presentation on Road to Rights for your business or community members or would like to collaborate with Road to Rights, please email or call our Road to Rights Specialist at 602-364-2049.