Helping survivors lead independent, fulfilling lives.

Survivors Alliance for Growth and Employment (SAGE) provides employment, mentorship, and job training in a Christ-centered environment for women who are survivors of human trafficking and sexual trauma.

Our Commitment

At SAGE, we offer inclusive support and guidance, regardless of your beliefs. In a nurturing environment, we empower survivors to overcome challenges and embrace a brighter future.

Empowering Independence: Employment Program

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Our employment program provides survivors with a job, vocational training, and mentorship while they prepare themselves to reenter the workforce. The SAGE workshop is specifically designed for recovery, with trauma-informed staff to help each woman learn how to navigate the workplace successfully.

Immediate Support: Case Management

Our case management program equips survivors with the necessary skills and resources to stabilize their lives. We connect women with housing, transportation, childcare and other needed services so that they are able to work and become self-sufficient.


Finding a Career Path: Career Development

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Our career development program connects survivors with meaningful employment opportunities that align with their skills and aspirations.  We guide each woman through the process of making long and short term career goals and facilitate each woman’s journey towards permanent, sustainable employment.

How It Works

Take inventory of skills and interests, then set goals with a mentor.

Get matched with a job and earn a wage while receiving vocational training.

Be part of a community of survivors and survivor advocates.

Learn about trauma and the healing process.

Use our career development services to find
a job outside of SAGE.

Graduate from the program.

Our Partners

Ways to Help

Help us in our mission to enable survivors to lead independent, fulfilling lives.

Donations from the public help us develop new programs, pay wages, provide training and case management, and keep the lights on. We are recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)3 non-profit so donations of cash or in kind should be tax deductible.

Qualified volunteers are always needed to help with day-to-day operations, transportation, mentorship, and encouragement.  All volunteers are required to complete The Trauma Healing Institute’s Healing the Wounds of Trauma group with our in-house certified facilitators.

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