Hope for a New Life

Non-Profit Dedicated to Helping Survivors of Sex Trafficking and Commercial Sexual Exploitation.

Escape Prostitution & Sex Trafficking

There is Hope for you -
Contact our Case Managers today,
via text, phone call, or email.

Recent Stats

Women Served:

Feb 2024 - 9
All of 2024 - 12
All Years - 461

Appointments:

Feb 2024 - 9
All of 2024 - 20
All Years - 4,479

Volunteer Hours:

Feb 2024 - 12
All of 2024 - 22

Recent Provided Services:

- Housing Resources
- Bible Study
- Safe Mailing Address

New Volunteer Training

Now is your chance to join us for our New Volunteer Training hosted by King County Sheriff Deputy Andy Conner. Get his insight on trafficking in Seattle, learn how GP was started, and get involved as a volunteer! Lunch provided.

Drop-In Center

The Drop-in Center is open Monday-Friday from 10am - 4pm. If you are thinking about leaving "the life", call our drop-in center or text the survivor hotline. You can meet with one of our case managers for a cup of coffee, support, and help creating an action plan.  We can help you housing, job skills, clothing, hygiene products, life skills, counseling and substance abuse referrals, and much more. If you would like to learn more about our programs and services, click here.
         
         Center Phone: 206-592-2362
         Text Hotline: 503-383-1695

Our Three Phase Approach

The Genesis Project uses a three phase approach to address the complex needs of a survivor of sex trafficking.

Rescue:
Meeting a Survivors Immediate Needs

Victims come to our center in many ways. Some women and girls come to The Genesis Project center through referrals from other survivors. Many young women are referred and even transported to our center by local police or the FBI Child Exploitation Task Force.

Restore:
Supporting Survivor Education & Rehabilitation

The Genesis Project provides counseling, substance abuse support, job and life skills classes, paid internship opportunities, transportation to medical appointments and court, free legal counsel, and access to educational programs such as GED completion.

Release:
Referrals to
Safe Housing

We support survivors by offering housing resources, connections to housing programs, transportation to residential housing (short and long term), and ongoing support. We hope to have our own long term program for survivors one day.