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Our Mission

Our mission is to protect the vulnerable populace and their individual human rights to grow up free from the threat of sexual exploitation, human trafficking, and labor trafficking.

Our vision is to reach, rescue, restore, and reintegrate victims and survivors of sex trafficking back into a life of normalcy.

Our goal is to reintegrate individuals in crises and experiencing trauma with life-long solutions to better their lives and reach their full potential of emotional, physical, and mental freedom.

Organizational Overview

Haynes Harbour, Inc. prides itself on seeking, saving, and serving the vulnerable populace in underserved communities in an effort to alleviate human trafficking, poverty, hunger, and homelessness. Haynes Harbour, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) direct service provider of integrative health and social services. We are providers of long-term, sustainable residential, and rehabilitation services for youth and young adult survivors of human trafficking. Haynes Harbour, Inc. implements a person-centered approach to care. We condemn all forms of human rights abuses, including human trafficking, sexual exploitation, and labor trafficking of children and youth.

We expand opportunities by providing care for victims and survivors who have experienced complex trauma through individualized therapeutic and personal growth programming including the following Survivor Led Programs:

• Survivor Led Group Therapies
• Life Skills Coaching
• Wholeness & Nutrition Coaching
• Solution Coaching
• Pet Therapy
• Ayur (life) Veda (knowledge) - Healing for the Mind/Body
• Trauma Incident Reduction Therapy
• Cognitive Behavior Therapy
• Solution-Focused Brief Therapy
• Art/Culinary/Fitness/Music/Dance Therapies
• Meditation Coaching
• Yoga/Reiki
• Sound therapy
• Aromatherapy

Our target populations include victims and survivors of human trafficking with an emphasis on homeless and/or displaced expecting/nurturing youth. Including individuals who identify as LGBTQ+ (18-23 years old) and youth within the child welfare system (12-18 years old).

Our integrative person-centered framework encourages our consumers to gain autonomy for their lives by empowering them with a voice to identify their personal goals, social interests, skills/abilities, personal styles, personal values, and personal morals.

Our comprehensive trauma incident reduction (TIR) models focus on the art of nourishing the mind, body, and spirit/soul.