Reach One U.S., Corporation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization under EIN 35-2524574 established in February of 2015. We are a Member of the GA Criminal Justice Coordinating Council Statewide Human Trafficking Task Force assigned to the Work Groups dedicated to Keeping At-Risk Youth Safe & Survivors Supported and Protected. Additional services we provide through a partnership with Gwinnett County are promoting education and assisting individuals with emergency services, providing assistance to victims of domestic violence, and helping the homeless population.
Our Founder was featured on WSBTV-2 People 2 People for her work with Metro Atlanta homeless shelters. She shared her story of survival from abuse and living as a child in a home that suffered from domestic violence, mental illness, drug addiction, and alcoholism. She focused on her education and earned a full academic scholarship to the University of the Pacific and a Master's Degree in Educational Management. She started Reach One U.S. Corporation to help individuals become successful and independent in order to improve their lives while overcoming barriers within society.
If you would like to volunteer or provide donations, you can call 770-602-4945 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you in advance for your support.
Focused on adapting a human trafficking peer-to-peer education curriculum for foster care youth participating in Independent Living Programs. The curriculum will be centered around giving youth information and tools to identify and define what human trafficking is and how to seek help if they or someone they know is at risk.
Work Group 4 is currently conducting an environmental scan to get an idea of the types of human trafficking peer-to-peer education curricula available. Work Group 4 is developing a youth program for youth in independent living programs that are a risk for HT.
We are currently developing a webinar series to interact with these youth through a virtual platform.
Work Group 4 is in the planning and development stage of hosting a one-day event symposium focused on creating a space for youth to gather, connect, and discuss and learn more about human trafficking and how it affects their lives.
Focused on aiding survivors in the community, including both those who are still in the trade and those who have been rescued and are receiving treatment.
Work Group 7 will make recommendations on the Georgia Sexual Assault Response Team Guide related to human trafficking. This protocol guides the procedure and approach to human trafficking victims when they are encountered by law enforcement, prosecutors, medical professionals, sexual assault centers, and other partners.
Work Group 7 is in the process of creating a Listserve focused on providing professionals within the anti-trafficking network space to find out relevant information, share resources, and expertise, and ultimately connect within the field.
Work Group 4 focused on creating a youth-friendly action guide for at-risk youth who have attended (or are participating in) a general awareness workshop on human trafficking.
This opportunity includes action items that will guide them to inform their peers and others on what they have learned.
Work Group 7 worked on creating a template for training to be used as a model of certification for the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council’s Georgia Victim Assistance Academy. It describes the necessary elements for training related to human trafficking, also be used to ensure that professionals across the state have a common foundation of information to work from when dealing directly with human trafficking victims.