Actual cell where American girls go after "rescue," because there are no treatment options.

Streetlight Phoenix launches domestic minor shelter in Phoenix, AZ

March 30, 2011
Phoenix, AZ
- On April 4, Streetlight Phoenix is opening it's doors to a comprehensive treatment facility for Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking Victims. Streetlight Phoenix is taking a holistic approach to after care. They have been working since 2009 to open this facility and hope to provide both emergency and long term care options for victims.

Survivors will go straight from the streets to the secure, home-like StreetLight campus — a mini-neighborhood complete with six thoughtfully furnished cottages, a garden, a community kitchen, a recreation space and a playground. Onsite security will protect the premises around the clock, and specially trained caregivers will live with the girls full-time, providing supervision and compassionate care.

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About Streetlight Phoenix:

Stop Child Rape for Profit, Inc.’ dba/StreetLight is a Arizona based, 501(c)(3)non-profit organization founded in 2009 committed to Eradicating Child Sex Slavery through a 3-tier strategy of Awareness, Prevention, and Holistic Care. "Our ‘community-based’ comprehensive residential treatment facility model offers a combination of 24-hour supervision within a ‘staff-secure, safe-house’ environment integrated with intensive multi-disciplined holistic treatment programs to female victims aged 11-17 rescued from Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking." For more information contact Jami Throne at 623-435-0900.