Whether it's a single step, a mile, or a lifetime, it's our privilege to walk alongside survivors in their individual journeys. We offer a wide range of trauma-informed services and survivor led programs for those currently and formerly experiencing commercial sexual exploitation. If you would like to participate in programs or services we offer, please contact us here.

The Avery Center seeks to stand in the direct service gap for survivors in most communities across the US. Our direct trauma-informed services are focused on economic empowerment through entrepreneurship, and breaking the cycle of poverty as a means to eliminate numerous vulnerabilities and risk factors for re-trafficking and re-exploitation.

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Trauma-Informed Services and Survivor Led Programs


Based in Greeley, Colorado, this program provides immediate employment for survivors of commercial sexual exploitation and domestic trafficking, while teaching entrepreneurship by involving program participants in all areas of program operations. Designed with the utmost flexibility, the program can meet each participant where they are, and works to address and process triggers common for survivors of commercial sexual exploitation when they re-enter the workforce at-large.


In 2016, we began curating and sending Outreach Care Packages to trafficked individuals in our network. Care packages include locally-crafted and fair trade certified health and beauty products, snacks, and sweet sundries to brighten the recipient's day. We also include a hand-written affirmation card and a brochure for our services in each package.

Over time, we've found that the individuals we have had the opportunity to build relationships with through this program are more likely to reach out for help than those who did not receive packages, making this one of our most effective—and critical—opoprtunities for establishing connections.


Is your organization or community group seeking to gain an initial understanding of the issue of human trafficking and its prevalence and impact in our community?

Our Community Awareness Presentations are led by lived-experience experts and offer the perfect opportunity for increased awareness, Q&A, and an overview of the opportunities available to you to make a real impact in your community.


Meet with other survivors who have walked the path you're on and want to join you in your journey. Our support groups are survivor-led and co-facilitated by mental health professionals.


Money is often used as a weapon against trafficked individuals, keeping them dependent or in living in fear of poverty. This workbook teaches survivors how to use money as a tool for their success outside of The Game.


Create meaningful connections onsite at our offices in Greeley, CO. Join us for survivor-led activities ranging from self-care to career-building skills, or stay in touch with us online.