All those harmed from human trafficking and exploitation receive the support and care they require to flourish.
To provide community-based housing and support services that empower people who have been trafficked and exploited in Canada to thrive in society.
We value human dignity and the worth of all persons and are committed to operating within an anti-oppression framework.
We value diverse culture, traditions and spiritual beliefs within the community.
- We value the Anabaptist-Mennonite tradition that strives toward a more just and peaceful world.
- We value a holistic approach that promotes healing and hope for the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual needs of each person.
We value the voice of community members in making decisions for their individual lives and their community.
We value partnership and collaboration with other groups who are addressing the needs of people victimized by human trafficking.
- We value continuous learning and deepening awareness of issues related to human trafficking.