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On average, 24 women per minute are victims of intimate partner violence. One in three women will experience physical or sexual violence in their lifetime, and one in three girls will experience childhood sexual abuse.
In collaboration with One Billion Rising and other community partners we identify actions and invest in programs to create freedom from violence.

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Human Trafficking: Stop The Trauma of Victim Depositions in Florida

Support the movement to reform Florida's criminal discovery deposition rules to prevent the compounding of trauma for child victims and witnesses.
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Stop Sex Trafficking Miami

Sex trafficking of children is the darkest, most brutal and hidden place in our community. Most of our community has been lulled by the myth that sex trafficking is something that happens in far away places, beyond our community and our responsibility.

But the truth is, sex trafficking of children is flourishing, literally, in our own backyards. Because this horrific child abuse has remained hidden, unaddressed and misunderstood, it flourishes with impunity. Public awareness is the linchpin to ending this scourge.

Led by The Women’s Fund Miami-Dade, Stop Sex Trafficking Miami is a community awareness campaign that will engender the community together.

Pulling Back the Curtains

We live in an amazing community, with lots of engaged, well-intentioned and well-informed people who care about their families, neighbors and community. And yet, most of our community does not yet know that vulnerable children in our community are being targeted and lured by manipulative traffickers that groom them to be sexually exploited. We need to pull back the curtains so that this most horrific child abuse cannot exist and thrive in the darkest corners of our community.

Miami-Dade Takes On Sex Trafficking from 3 Generations.

3 Generations and the producers of the documentary Tricked honor the efforts of Miami-Dade to combat sex trafficking through community collaboration. A short tribute.

Erasing The Past – Channel 7 News Story on Miami Tattoo Co


It’s Right Here in Miramar – Tamara G:  Interview with Stephanie Sorquira, Associate Program Coordinator, International Human Trafficking Institute, 8/25/16


  • Kristi House
    • (305) 547-6800
  • Glory House of Miami
    • (888) 373-7888
  • Our Kids of Miami-Dade/Monroe
    • (305) 455-6000
  • Our Kids Miami Cares Project
    • (305) 455-6000
  • Miami Bridge North
    • (305) 635-8953
  • Miami Bridge South
    • (305) 246-8956
  • Safespace North
    • (305) 758-2546
  • Safespace South
    • (305) 247-4249
  • The Lodge/VRI
    • (305) 693-1170

Victim Advocates

  • Aventura Police Department
    • (305) 466-8965
  • City of Miami Police Department
    • (305) 603-6290
  • Coral Gables Police Department
    • (305) 460-5471
  • Doral Police Department
    • (786) 845-4600 x.2123
  • Hialeah Police Department
    • (305) 953-5351
  • Homestead Police Department
    • (305) 247-1535
  • Key West Police Department
    • (305) 809-1090
  • Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)
    • (305) 273-3744
  • Miami Beach Police Department
    • (305) 673-7776 x.5843
  • Miami Gardens Police Department
    • (305) 474-1490
  • Miami-Dade Police Department
    • (305) 471-2125
  • Monroe County Sheriff’s Office
    • (305) 797-0121
  • Monroe County SAO – 16th Judicial Court
    • (305) 292-3400
  • North Miami Beach Police Department
    • (305) 948-5500 x.2570
  • Office of the Attorney General of Florida
    • (305) 377-5850 x.641
  • Village of Pinecrest Police Department
    • (305) 234-2100
  • S. Department of Homeland Security
    • (305) 597-6174


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