Mentari Human Trafficking Survivor Empowerment Program Inc. is a nonprofit organization in New York City, established in December 2014. They served 279 survivors of human trafficking, domestic violence, sexual abuse, child abuse, and assault. Their programs are geared to empower human trafficking survivors in their reintegration back into society and live independently. The organization provides vocational training, free culinary arts program to survivors and assist them to receive employment.
This year was the Grand Opening for their first Survivor Human Trafficking Shelter – Transitional Home. The shelter will be a transitional home for survivors of human trafficking in Queens, New York. There is a high demand for transitional housing, and Mentari will provide this service to help survivors.
For more information visit mentari.org