PREVENTION


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PREVENTION

Our prevention efforts are targeted at junior high and high school students. Some of the women we’ve met through our outreach were trafficked as young as age 13. They’ve encouraged us to speak to students in their former high schools and at the juvenile detention centers where they were once incarcerated with the hope that what happened to them could be prevented in the next generations.

JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER (WOMEN)

We reach out to girls incarcerated at the Juvenile Detention Center (JDC) in Warrenville, IL.  This is a team of all female volunteers that monthly presents an hour program addressing the dangers of sex trafficking, pornography, drug abuse and domestic violence.  

If you are a counselor, social worker or just enjoy teaching young adults, we would love to have you join our growing team!

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SEXTORTION CURRICULUM

We have created a guide and accompanying animated video which provides a framework for facilitating discussion around the topic of sextortion.  Our desire is to provide a safe opportunity for teens to engage in conversation regarding sextortion, to inform teens about the short-term and long-term consequences of engaging in sextortion behaviors and to connect teens with resources and trusted people.


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MAKING A DIFFERENCE

New Name Women's Ministry is an inspirational group that blesses the young ladies at the Illinois Youth Center with monthly empowering workshops on difficult adolescent social issues. Their guidance and education profoundly impact the lives and strengthen the spirits of Illinois' most vulnerable youth.

VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR, IYC WARRENVILLE, IL