Beasister2asister provides free services for survivors, funded by our partners. We appreciate their generosity and partnership with us! We are continually expanding our organization and hope to add more services in the future.

Listed here are the current services offered:

  • Culinary Arts Program: Spring and Fall cooking and baking prepare survivors to work in the food industry. This is a 6 day program with a certificate of completion for every participant who comes to all 6 classes. After they complete the program we help to get them job placement and a Department of Health Food License. For more information & registration email:
  • The Round Table: Open discussions for women to engage in conversation where they can feel comfortable sharing and asking questions. It helps women think about the similarities that they may share with survivors. It helps to learn the signs of someone who is being sexually exploited, and what women who are not from the United States go through when they are brought here. They offer the opportunity to learn traditions of other cultures.its breaks the awkward silence and stigma between women and survivors.
  • Accompaniment Program: We pair up women of different backgrounds together with women who have suffered physical abuse, domestic violence and sexual exploitation. They are the sister that these women are missing or never had in the first place. This program is designed for the sister to come alongside the survivor, in support. It may be accompanying them to doctor’s appointments, filling out important paperwork, going to the grocery store, etc. Most of all this is about being there for her when she feels alone and afraid, so that she will know someone is there for her and she does not have to go through this transition alone.
  • Foreign Born Women – Who wish to stay in the U.S.
  • Work with the immigration lawyer to help them gain residency.
  • Access to education and job training.
  • Access to temporary housing, public assistance, and medical care..
  • Referrals provided for counseling and desired therapy.
  • Assurance of anonymity and protection from their trafficker.
  • Foreign Born Women – Who wish to return home safely:
  • Connection with an immigration lawyer, who is experienced with applying for the T-Visa, that allows them to stay while their case is being sorted.
  • Access to temporary housing, public assistance, and medical care..
  • Partner with proper authorities to make sure of a safe journey hone with no fear of retribution by her trafficker.
  • We will work with homeland security to secure a safe departure back to her home country.
  • Domestic Women:
  • Securing temporary shelter for young teen girls and those who are runaways.
  • At the request of the girl, we will accompany them to meet with a relative.
  • School-aged girls are connected to local education and assisted as the reacclimate to school.
  • Women are offered help to obtain assistance from city and state provisions, i.e. public assistance and food stamps.
  • Access to education and job training.
  • Referrals for counseling services.
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