LCAP supports transition housing for victims of human trafficking in Livingston County. Helping victims escape and reintegrate into society is a crucial part of the anti human trafficking movement. In many cases these victims need counseling, education and various other forms of support. These costs, as well as the costs of maintaining the home itself come from the donations of people like you.
We have also begun launching a label program, that will go state wide in Michigan. Initially in selected rest stops, along the highway, tear off labels featuring the Human Trafficking hotline number (888-373-7888) will be placed in the restrooms. Victims using these restrooms can tear off a number and contact the hotline at a later, safe time.
LCAP also supports the efforts of other local anti human trafficking groups, such as:
- Michigan Abolitionist Project (MAP)
- Save Our Adolescents from Prostitution (S.O.A.P), founded by survivor and advocate Theresa Flores, LCAP participates in local events to distribute labeled soaps to hotels and high risk venues.
- All Worthy of Love (A.W.O.L), making monthly snack packs and lunches for women and girls living on the streets of Detroit.
- Donations of toiletries can be brought every third Thursday to Cornerstone Church in Brighton MI