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Send letters of encouragement and support to one of our many survivors who we are mentoring.

Buy copies of Stolen on behalf of survivors through our donate here button, survivors find this resource very helpful, mentoring resources are always welcomed! Other useful tools or suggested materials include:
Cloud & Townsend’s Book “Boundaries”
Bible Study Guides or other self-help books, easy to read are useful.

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4 thoughts on “Contact Us

  1. Becky Lawrence

    i have to admit the beginning of the book was hard to read, not because it was not well written, it was. It was hard because I didn’t want to think about such evil in our world. I knew such evil exists because we are former foster parents, but seeing it in print was hard because we have a heart for hurting children. But the great part is the wonderful redemption and how God spoke to you even in the deepest deprivation of the world you were living in. This is a MUST read for all Christ followers. We have to educate ourselves and others and rid our nation of this great sin. God will hold us accountable

  2. mariah

    Hello Dr. Rosenblatt

    I just wanted to tell you thank you! Thank you for everything you have done and everything you are doing and everything that you will do. Your Contribution to this global crisis is amazing. I am a survivor of Sex trafficking, currently enrolled in school to obtain my law degree, and i am a case manager and mentor for human trafficking survivors. YOU ARE MY ROLE MODEL. You help breath life into my tough situations. I aspire to be like you. I stumbled across your book while researching my information for my essay in my legal analysis class. I then could not stop, i found your bio, and i am so touched! there is life after these situations and you help put that platform into place. Thank you for everything you are doing! I want to be a prosecutor because i feel if i fight for these girls who get in trouble for doing something they are forced, i wont always know the outcome, but if i am a prosecutor i will be able to hand these girls the deal, such as diversion programs that include housing. I hope to hear from you
    A Survivor
    Mariah M.

  3. Alice

    Hi, my newspaper Concord Joural of Concord, MA. Just started a series of on this subject. I was bit upset to see the local First Parish UU church is involved in this. I like to ask permission to mention your org. as a resource place to get information and help in human trafficking. Thanks so much for all that you are doing.


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