Christmas Eve at Restore Austin
The complexity and depth of trauma endured by child survivors is such that it demands a comprehensive and complex response from a network of people working together. From the beginning of our incorporation, we have worked with other organizations in the Austin community to develop our model of care, or Circle of Care. In addition, we have sought to learn from other organizations, law makers, and survivors from around the country on best practices, pitfalls, and changing protocols of care. We are grateful for our ongoing professional relationships and believe the strength of our partnerships is critical to the strength of our care for survivors.
Current organizations we partner with include:
419 Events, Reach Architects, Shared Hope International, Traffick 911, Allies Against Slavery, Austin Outdoor Design, Redeemed Ministries, Wellspring Living, Polaris Project, Christine Prater of Moreland Properties, Taasa (Texas Association against Sexual Assault), C3 Alliance, New Life Refuge Ministries, National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, Premier Family Physicians, Casa (Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children), Austin Police (Human Trafficking and Vice Unit), After Eden Pictures, SAvery Grilled Cheese, ETT Electric Transmission Texas), Eat Out In, Moreland Properties, Robin Bond Interiors.
We are also partnering with local churches including Austin Ridge Bible Church, Westlake Hills Presbyterian Church, Austin Christian Fellowship, Austin Baptist church, Bee Creek United Methodist Church, Life in the City, Lake Travis United Methodist Church and Restore Austin.
Christmas eve @ rESTORE aUSTIN
Join us for Christmas Eve at Restore Austin!
December 24th | 5pm
Fulmore Middle School | 201 E Mary St, Austin, TX
Restore Austin, a community focused church in South/Central Austin and one of our partners, will have live Christmas music, teaching, and a safe and fun environment for kids on Christmas Eve. Come a little early to grab free hot chocolate and coffee!
Restore Pastor Zach Lambert and Steven Phenix, PR & Development Director from The Refuge, will talk during the Christmas Eve Gathering about why the issue of Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking needs a faith-based solution.
Would your community like to join us in building a place of rest and restoration for child survivors of sex trafficking?
Click here to become a community partner.
Organizations we partner/respect/have common mission:
In addition, the faith community of Austin has encircled The Refuge for DMST in much the same way we encircle the girls in our care. Local churches have provided financial resources, prayer support, volunteer teams, and individuals with specialized professional skills that have been a tremendous part of our success.