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Envision Project

Who We Are

The Envision Project: Specialized Services for Victims of Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking delivers enhanced case management and specialized educational support, employment readiness, life skills, and personal development programming to youth in the Atlanta metropolitan area who have experienced child sex trafficking.



The Need

Trafficked youth benefit from opportunities to successfully engage in formal or alternative education, employment training to promote alternatives for economic self-sufficiency, preparation for independent living, and opportunities to enrich and enhance personal growth and community engagement.



What We Do

To address these complex needs and challenges, the Georgia Center for Child Advocacy, in collaboration with the Junior League of Atlanta, have implemented a comprehensive youth program targeting the key areas of educational support, employment readiness, life skills, and personal growth.

This program engages JLA leaders and volunteers in specific classes and experiential learning activities delivered in groups to previously trafficked youth. The principal goal of this component of the project is to provide an opportunity to develop skills and engage in experiences to support educational engagement and achievement, develop employment skills to support financial independence, promote life skills and preparation for independent living, and enhance and enrich personal growth and community connection.



What is Envision 2.0?

Envision Project 2.0 is an individualized program to support sex trafficked youth in planning for their future. This individual program includes:

  • Job Shadowing & Mentoring
  • Connection to Classes & Certifications
  • Individually Tailored Career Learning Experiences
  • Specialized "Tracked" Programming

Envision 2.0 Clients:

  • Youth ages 14-17
  • In Metro Atlanta
  • Currently Enrolled in Therapy (or Completed)
  • Not in Immediate Crisis
  • Youth & Caregiver Buy-in
  • Access to the Internet

Envision Project 2.0 Focus Areas

SHINE (Seeking Hope In New Endeavors): Career Readiness

GLOW (Girls Learning, Overcoming, & Winning): Personal Growth & Development

LIVE (Living In Victory Everyday): Independent Living & Life Skills

RISE (Reaching Independence through Support & Education): Educational Support

Funded By:

Our Impact in 2023

  • Units of Service to Ensure Ongoing Safety & Well-being

    14, 676

  • Forensic Interviews


  • Adults Trained

    15, 238

  • Hours of Therapy


  • DeKalb County
  • Fulton County
  • DHS
  • National Children's Alliance
    National Children's Alliance
  • DOJ
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