Programs

​-Survivor Mentoring

Allows individuals further along in their healing to guide others who may not be as far in their own healing.  Human Trafficking survivor support groups are now meeting. Contact us for more information. 


-Street Team

We take hope to the streets where we share the message that healing is possible.  Please contact us if you would like to donate items to the street team.  Our Street Team will be handing out "Bags of Hope"  with snacks, water, and resource materials.  


***We are in need of lotion, feminine hygiene products, dry shampoo, makeup remover, wash cloths, kids coloring books, crayons, $5 McDonald's gift cards, small toys, calling cards, gas cards, and people to cook meals for 40 people twice a month for our 

STREET TEAM.***



-My Life, My Choice & Wise Choices 

Weekly groups facilitate a safe place for at-risk youth to talk about self-worth, self-esteem, body image, setting appropriate boundaries, healthy relationships, internet safety, self-respect, and trust. They also provide training, prevention groups, case coordination, and survivor mentoring to victims of exploitation.  ​The links below provide further information about the program.  


​***We are in need of volunteers to bring food for 15 people on Mondays at 4pm for

My Life My Choice & Wise Choices groups.***   To sign up for a day, please contact us.



-In Your Backyard

Provides workshops and events for community groups looking to learn more about human trafficking, sex trafficking, and the commercial sexual exploitation of children.  The Annual Human Trafficking Awareness Day Vigil takes place Jan 11th each year. Community members are welcome to join us as we honor survivors, those still trapped in trafficking, and victims who lost their lives to trafficking. 


-Make An Impact
Phoenix Rising’s passion is to open the Phoenix Rising Center (PRC), an 8-bed group home for sex trafficked girls (opening 2017); the Thrive Center, a residential vocational program for girls aging out of the PRC and women who have been trafficked; and the Warrior Center, an 8-bed group home for sex trafficked boys. 
Over the next several months we will be applying for local and state licensing and permits to operate a recovery facility for juvenile female survivors of domestic sex trafficking.  
All donations will be used to help meet the needs of those we serve.  



-Annual Human Trafficking Conference

Our conference provides survivor-led discussions about recognizing, combating, and eradicating human trafficking.


WE SHALL RISE

PHOENIX RISING