Call to Freedom is a trauma-informed nonprofit that provides comprehensive, ongoing, and coordinated support services for all individuals impacted by human trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation.
Call to Freedom (CTF) serves victims and survivors of human trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation in South Dakota through coordinating services tailored to each client. Trafficking survivors of all backgrounds, genders, and ages, receive comprehensive services, including safety assessments; housing; transportation; medical care; counseling; education and employment help; and legal advocacy. We strive to ensure that all clients receive healing and support—whether through addiction recovery services, housing, or court advocacy.
The scope of the problem demands coordinated, unified efforts among both the government and nongovernment sectors, as well as the local communities. By creating a strong network of frontline providers who offer safe housing, mental health counseling, medical assistance, addiction assistance, transportation and other supportive services we are able to provide holistic care to our clients.
In addition to providing direct services to those impacted by trafficking, Call to Freedom staff works in the community—including with businesses and schools—to provide education and awareness. Our goal is to increase public awareness about what human trafficking looks like, available programs, and how to make reports so that those impacted can be better identified and connected with resources.