“Coming Home Online Mentor Management System & Mobile App”
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The Difference Between Life and Lost
The first self-performance assessment, lifeline safety app and online interface, for mentoring and case management with a focus on human trafficking and it’s prevention.
I have been waiting for this affordable online case management system and mobile app that gives survivors a very unique and tech savvy way to engage no matter where they are.
An app and system that allows survivors to work and earn a living? Amazing!
Excellent work. Very good idea, just what we needed, works perfectly. Congratulations !!
Waiting for version 2.0. Very excited.
SERVICES & HOUSING
With our deep case management and specialized framework model and mentoring education services we provide the necessary tools for young adult victims and vulnerable youth to overcome extreme trauma of all forms of human trafficking. Housing needs are assessed, provided and managed by our team through the generous support of our housing collaborative partners. Also, we have a unique program for homeless women in partnership with the Sarasota Salvation Army entitled the MTL, INC “Safe Stay” Program. This is deep ended case management and housing support for homeless victims and all high risk homeless women 18 to 27.
MENTAL BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
We partner with Coastal Behavioral Healthcare and Centerstone and other mental health providers we are able to provide behavioral health therapy that we manage, including psychiatric care, diagnosis and med management as needed.
As part of our services we provide expert urgent care advocacy for all of our mentees. Under the “Voices for Florida Open Doors Outreach Network”, our services have expanded (see below). We work closely with dozens of partner NGO’s, court systems, state and federal agencies as well as city, state and federal law enforcement. We are also expert in victim identification, to learn more, please give us a call or send us an email via our contact form.
PREVENTION + REDUCING DEMAND
In order to reduce all forms of Human Trafficking, Sexual Violence, we start with a multifaceted approach to Prevention. Aside from community outreach, informing agencies in the area and holding local and national training’s, we have an urgent care prevention and mentoring program entitled “Living Above the Noise for victims (LATN) and a tech + digital integrity and intelligence pull out from LATN which is called LATN Digital Integrity for youth including those high risk youth. In addition, we partner with Youthiasm® in a course we license called, RJEDE™. “Restorative Justice End Demand Educational Curriculum” a sexual violence and prostitution prevention initiative created by our founder.
VALUED Donor Organizations
Gulf Coast Community Foundation
Dream Large Foundation
David Adi Ruben Family Fund
Masala Giving Circle
Sarasota Community Foundation
Protect the Path Foundation
Watts Family Foundation
Gulf Coast Community Foundation
Narrow Gate Foundation-Kevin Malone
Charles & Margery Barancik Foundation
Diana Rowan Rockefeller Fidelity Fund
McMillian Stewart Foundation
More Too Life, Inc under Open Doors Contract
The Open Doors Outreach Network is a promising, well-coordinated system serving commercially sexually trafficked and exploited victims. It responds to the 2012 implementation of the Safe Harbor Act, which allowed sex-trafficked children to be considered dependent children in need of therapeutic services, rather than juvenile delinquents. The Open Doors Network created by Voices For Florida is a promising and well-coordinated framework, designed to serve exploited and trafficked children age 10 up to the age of 24 in six Florida regions. More Too Life is honored to serve as the provider organization for the Suncoast Regions including Sarasota, Manatee, Hillsborough and Pinellas, Pasco and Hernando counties. We have determined that almost all of our CSEC victims have been trafficked outside of their home county, reaching as far as Orlando or Miami where More Too Life also has an awesome in partnership with Glory House, which is why we emphasize an inter-county approach. Cross-sector collaboration is key, training and trauma-competent crisis intervention, in order to meet the complex needs of trafficked victims. In order to improve the service outcomes for male and female victims, age 10 to 24, Voices For Florida Open Doors Outreach Network is now in 32 Florida counties.
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