Esuba: Putting the Pieces Back Together for Sexually Exploited Women and Girls

Project: Research project

Project Details

Description

Esuba: Putting the Pieces Back Together for Sexually Exploited Women and Girls Esuba: Putting the Pieces Back Together The goals of the Esuba group are to assist victims of sexual exploitation in the development of better personal safety (physical and relational), to address mental health issues including depression and posttraumatic stress disorder, and to develop healthy coping skills and positive relationships. The goal of this grant would be to provide funding to pay 6-12 apprentices and 6 2 Esuba survivor/mentors who will attend weekly and be trained to facilitate this group. Apprentices will develop skills to run the group independently and will learn the skills necessary to work with atrisk women and girls in their future careers. Groups will be provided in 3 locations for adult women impacted by sexual exploitation (initially proposed locations include Phoenix Prostitution Diversion, Maricopa County Tents, and Maricopa County Estrella Jail) and 3 locations for girls who have experienced sexual exploitation (initially proposed locations include Black Canyon, Detention Center, Florence Crittenton, and Parc Place).
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date12/31/1112/31/13

Funding

  • Arizona Foundation for Women: $15,000.00

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