It Takes a Team

A community of service providers for survivors of human trafficking

Providing safety and restoration for women who have experienced sexual exploitation or trafficking.

Advocacy and direct service for at-risk and sexually exploited youth is a field where providers must be committed to high-quality outcomes, no matter what.

Such is the case with our partner organizations. Each is focused on achieving excellence in their mission; and with best practices emerging from increased research and experience, CrossRoads and our partners are constantly networking and refining our service models for the best possible outcomes.

Direct service providers

CrossRoads and our partners are committed to trauma-informed client-centered practices allowing for individualized care across our different programming and treatment modalities.

Advocacy, coalitions & regulatory bodies

Our partners are committed to addressing the issue of sexual exploitation wholistically across different sectors including legislation, networking and knowledge sharing, direct service, and increasing accreditations. CrossRoads is an active part of this work.

Our Partners
Other Experts in the Field

Polaris Project operates the National Trafficking Hotline. They have also built the largest known dataset on human trafficking in North America to date, helping service providers around the country respond more effectively

to the needs of survivors.

Shared Hope International is a faith-based advocacy organization that strives to prevent the conditions that foster sex trafficking, restore victims of sex slavery, and bring justice to vulnerable women and children.

Founded in 1996, Crystal Peaks Youth Ranch in Oregon exists to Rescue the Equine, Mentor the Child, offer Hope for the Family and Empower the Ministry.