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The client services program is our core program and gateway to other services provided by Breaking Free. After an initial intake and assessment is completed, an individual plan for each client is established and implemented, which includes:
Serving individuals with concurring issues of poverty, homelessness, substance abuse, and violence necessitates a holistic approach to overcome each of these barriers.
Our advocates help develop a case plan and provide information and referrals to appropriate services or agencies, as well as directly advocating on behalf of clients within these services and agencies.
Weekly educational support groups facilitated by Breaking Free staff are a combination of people sharing their experiences and learning about the dynamics of sex trafficking and exploitation.
A 14-week intensive education program that examines sex trafficking as a slave-based system, the impact it has on victims' lives, and issues related to addiction and recovery.
Breaking Free offers SOS groupsTuesday nights from 5:30 to 7:30 pm at Breaking Free's St. Paul offices. Dinner is served before the meeting at 5:00 pm.
If you are interested in joining SOS, call Breaking Free at (651) 645-6557.
Breaking Free has formed partnerships with local agencies, organizations, and community members to provide relevant, meaningful information to our clients in a welcoming and safe environment. Survivors have the opportunity to reflect on their past, assess their present, and dream about their future in these engaging sessions of self-discovery.
The Breaking Free Alumni Program involves ongoing group meetings for individuals who have successfully completed the 14-week Sisters of Survival program. Topics include relationship issues, building self-esteem, money management, parenting skills, employment resources, education, health care, and much more. All graduates of SOS are welcome to attend!
Active Breaking Free alumni are potentially eligible for participation in Speaker's Bureau, internships, permanent housing, and more.
Breaking Free believes that every person should have the opportunity to learn and grow at any stage in their life. We offer a holistic approach to promoting the health and well being of the people we serve.
The purpose of this program is to provide information and skills that will lead to the management of a successful future as a survivor - for the individual, within their family, and within the community as a whole. The topics are meant to compliment and build upon the content discussed in our Sisters of Survival program.
The purpose of this program is to provide information, skills, and training opportunities that will lead to the management of a successful job search, education search, and/or completion of career goals.
Breaking Free has formed partnerships with several local employment and work-readiness organizations to help prepare women for the job market. We work with G.E.D. programs, high schools, higher education institutions, and training programs to help clients reenter an educational setting. Clients are given the opportunity to decide their own career paths and receive individualized assistance with navigating career choices to reach their goals.
In addition, Breaking Free provides services and referrals for other assistance, such as tutoring, scholarship research and assistance, and institution tours.
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