Just Love Worldwide empowers victims of sex trafficking to find freedom and restoration through the delivery of connected services and resources. By raising awareness, assisting policy change, and providing a transformative and healing community, Just Love envisions a future in which sex trafficking no longer exists.
While sex trafficking is a persistent and prevalent problem in Maine, the issue is exacerbated by the lack of awareness. Many residents don’t realize that sex trafficking is a real problem taking place in the streets on which we live. Here’s how we plan on eradicating sex trafficking in Maine:
We use our organization’s platform to spread awareness throughout Maine, making it known that sex trafficking threatens our local communities.
We engage with survivors, law enforcement, and legislators to improve the laws in Maine to better serve survivors of sex trafficking and prosecute perpetrators.
We will continually build and nurture a transformative and healing community that welcomes, protects, and supports victims of sex trafficking.
We will continue to provide connected services and resources to survivors so they may lead restored, abundant lives.
Just Love Worldwide tackles sex trafficking in Maine using a four-pronged approach: Prevention, Identification, Escape, and Restoration.
We work to prevent sex trafficking by raising awareness in Maine communities, working towards policy reform, and raising money to establish supporting programs.Learn More >
Identification is a powerful tool to combat sex trafficking. It’s important to know the signs, and when you see something, you say something.Learn More >
Through training, we teach individuals and organizations to identify and intervene in sex trafficking in a safe and productive manner. We partner with hotels, hospitals, fire & rescue, cab companies, and more to help give victims opportunities for escape.Learn More >
We provide survivors of sex trafficking with a warm and supportive community and connect them with the resources and love they need to restore their lives.Learn More >