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Together, we can bring hope and healing to those who have suffered and end the victimization in our county, surrounding areas, and the world. 


StATUSA strives to educate our staff and volunteers in the most up to date trauma-informed care practices.  Understanding the impact that trauma has on survivors enables our volunteers to support, encourage, and help survivors no matter what StATUSA program they are in or where they are in their healing process.


All potential on-site volunteers for StATUSA’s Survivor Programs will be subject to the following screening process in order to help ensure the safety of our guests:

If you want to apply to be a volunteer with StATUSA, please fill out the Volunteer Application Form and email it to Allysa at




Volunteer Opportunities

First Response Home Overview

Copy of Human Advocate Jail Program Overview

If you want to apply to be a volunteer with StATUSA, please fill out the Volunteer Application Form and email it to Allysa at



StATUSA has a variety of trainings available for individuals, churches, and organizations that want to learn about sex trafficking, how it is impacting their local community, and what people and groups can do to help bring an end to sex trafficking in the U.S.


Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, “Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?”
And I said, “Here am I. Send me!” --Isaiah 6:8

Community Trainings

To educate individuals and groups about sex trafficking and how they can build awareness, prevention, and protection efforts in their local community. Our community trainings are designed to address sex trafficking topics that will help you learn how one person or one community can make a positive impact on this global issue. StATUSA can also tailor any of our trainings to help meet the needs or areas of interest that are relevant to your organization or group. Please contact your StATUSA Area Coordinator listed on the right for more information about this training option or if you would like more details about scheduling or attending a StATUSA training in your community.


StATUSA Volunteer Trainings
Purpose: To equip StATUSA volunteers with knowledge and skills that will enable them to raise awareness in their local community or help StATUSA support individuals that are enrolled in one of our survivor programs. Please contact your StATUSA Area Coordinator at if you are interested in information on training to be a StATUSA volunteer in your community.

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