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We get it. 

Many of us have been in the industry/life and understand it's realities. Whether you are still in the game or are no longer working but could use some help navigating social services, or need some encouragement, a listening ear, or support to reach your goals, we are here for you. 

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Our Commitment to you

1. No pressure
We aren't here to fix or change anyone. This is your journey, and we want to support you at your pace.

2. Confidentiaity
We take this seriously! Your privacy is important to us. 

3. No judgment
No one likes being judged. No matter where you are at in your story, we welcome you just as you are.

"When I left my trafficker, I left everything behind. I literally had nothing except the clothes on my back. The Formation Project helped me with getting the basic things I needed to live, and the medcal treqtment that I desperately needed."

"TFP has truly changed my life. They helped me get back on my feet, gave me a way out of the-life, and helped me grow. I am so grateful for ya'll. You're really changing lives in Charleston. I've found a new family."

We provide crisis coordination to ensure that you receive the support and assistance you need in a timely manner. Our crisis coordinators work with, healthcare providers and other service providers to ensure a coordinated response to situations involving human trafficking. Whether you need immediate medical care, legal advocacy, or other services, we’re here to help you navigate the crisis and start on the path to recovery.

We understand how important it is to have a safe space to share your experiences and receive emotional support. That’s why we offer support groups for survivors of human trafficking. Our support groups provide you with a safe space to connect with others who have had similar experiences, share your story, and receive emotional support. We also provide you with resources to help you navigate the road ahead.

If you need a safe place to stay, our emergency shelter is here for you. Our shelter provides a secure environment where you can receive services such as medical care, counseling, and case management. We also provide you with food, clothing, and other basic necessities. Our goal is to provide you with a supportive and caring environment where you can begin to heal and rebuild your life.

Case management is a crucial service we provide to help you rebuild your life after experiencing human trafficking. Our case managers work with you to develop a personalized plan that addresses your individual needs, such as housing, employment, education, and mental health services. We also connect you with other services, such as emergency shelter and legal aid, to help you achieve your goals and move forward with your life.

Additional Resources

South Carolina Resources:

People Against Rape

Phone: (843) 745-0144 (24-hour crisis line)


My Sister's House

Phone: (843) 744-3242 (24-hour crisis line)


Dee Norton Child Advocacy Center

Phone: (843) 723-3600


East Cooper Community Outreach

Phone: (843) 849-9220


Palmetto Community Care

Phone: (843) 747-2273


Lowcountry Pregnancy Center

Phone: (843) 797-7877


Charleston Center

Phone: (843) 958-3300 (24-hour crisis line)

MUSC Center for Women's Health

Phone: (843) 792-5300

National Human Trafficking Hotline

Phone: 1 (888) 373-7888 Text: "HELP" to 233733

Tri-County Human Trafficking Task Force

National Resources:

National Human Trafficking Hotline  

Phone: 1 (888) 373-7888

Text: "HELP" to 233733


Phone: 1 (202) 790-6300


National Center for Missing and Exploited Children    

Phone: 1 (800) 843-5678

National Domestic Violence Hotline    

Phone: 1 (800) 799-7233

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)

National Helpline    

Phone: 1 (800) 662-HELP (4357)

National Sexual Assault Hotline    

Phone: 1 (800) 656-4673

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)   Phone: 1 (800) 950-NAMI (6264)


End Slavery Tennessee    

Phone: (615) 806-6899


Freedom Network USA    


Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking (CAST)    

Phone: (323) 223-0999


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