Council on Accreditation
We have achieved accreditation through the Council on Accreditation (COA)! We are so proud of our team for this amazing accomplishment. COA accreditation means that our organization’s programs, services, administration, and management have been rigorously evaluated and meet best practice standards.
PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
SAFE HAVEN I & II
Grateful Girls Safe Havens are state licensed facilities in Milwaukee, WI that provide short-term residential housing exclusively for young ladies who are survivors of human trafficking.
COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTER
Open weekly and provides walk-ins with essential clothing, toiletries, and programming to inspire, heal, and empower young ladies.
A community boutique delivering clothing and accessories, while offering job training and placement to adults, high-risk youth, and survivors of human trafficking.
STAY OUT THE
Stay Out the Game 101 is an annual human trafficking awareness and prevention interactive summit that teaches youth about self-love and staying safe in unsafe environments.
It's truly a blessing to be one of God's Grateful Girls and understand what it really means to be grateful for all the opportunities and God fulfilled promises that are in our lives every day.
EMPOWER. NURTURE. COMMUNITY. GROWTH.
Grateful Girls is a non-profit organization that is geared to inspire, motivate and encourage girls, teens and women of all ages and serve those that have escaped the sex-trafficking industry. We understand that one of the most pivotal moments in a woman’s life is between the age of 12-25. The decisions they make during this time have a lasting effect on the rest of their lives. One of our goals is to provide young ladies within this age group the support they need during this crucial time of development in making healthy decisions and investing in healthy relationships. We believe that the cultivation of young women will make a positive impact on families, neighborhoods and the community.
We have a community resource center that is open five days a week and provide walk-ins with essential toiletries, clothing, and food. In addition we have a growing curriculum built to empower these young women through group therapy, mentoring, social services, expressive and visual art, poetry, writing, and gardening to encourage healthy outlets and support emotional regulation.