RESTORATION FROM EXPLOITATION
JusticeACTs has created the S-CAPE Home to assist victims of human trafficking and sexual exploitation.
Our mission statement:
S-cape is a victim assistance programme aiming to play a vital role in the restoration of victims of sexual exploitation by meeting the specific needs of each girl and her case, offering the healing and restorative truth of Jesus Christ, equipping her with job and life skills, and assisting her reintigration back into society.
S-Cape has launched a pilot project home for victims of trafficking. This home is both functioning and in development! We opened our doors even before we had beds, as those in need could no longer wait. It´s an exciting and challenging time as each week we learn and improve in the S-Cape Home.
S-Cape aims to address the immediate needs of victims including medical, legal and psycho-social, as well as trauma support and counseling. We also are able to house and cater for victims on a more long term basis as is needed. As part of an effort to reintegrate and rehabilitate victims, we have and are developing skills training programs, such as basic computer skills, cooking, arts, music & dance.
S-Cape has established a comprehensive network of key role-players in victim assistance, such as law enforcement, lawyers, drug rehab specialists, social workers, etc. Without the participation of these service providers, government sectors and skilled volunteers, we could not serve our victims as they need.
Reg Number: IT867/2010
SPONSOR A GIRL
This program is designed to empower women to leave the sex industry. Through this program, they receive not only counselling, but valuable job skills, an income and other opportunities. Justice ACTs raises and pays the salaries of the participants of this program.
You can sponsor a girl for:
- Rehabilitation Program (in a house of safety)
- Discipleship Training Schools (6 months training)
- Job/skills training
If you want to sponsor a girl, please contact:
Miryam Danam - firstname.lastname@example.org
Restoration usually starts because someone bothered to say "hello". Reaching out to the ladies and lady boys working the streets is part of the Justice ACTs DNA. We do this by coordinating with local churches and local ministries. Our primary aim is to show love and offer hope. But, we´ve found it highly effective for winning the battle against human trafficking as well.
If you´re interested to know more:
Contact JA in Cape Town via email.
Contact our Johannesburg Prostitution Outreach Coordinator via email.
If you´d like to view our Human Trafficking and Prostitution Outreach Training curriculum, you can download it at our recources page.