The CRC provides ancillary support services for individuals rebuilding their lives after trauma. The trauma is defined by the individual and may include divorce, loss of employment, incarceration, human trafficking, sexual assault, sexual abuse, incest, domestic violence or addiction.
Solace Support Line
A warm line of support for human trafficking survivors. This is not an emergency or service line. This line is used for survivors that just need to communicate with someone via phone or text.
Often after a trauma episode, survivors need to talk through the experience, or if they are having an episode, we have trained operators staffing the line. The line is not currently monitored 24/7 but future plans to extend coverage are underway.
Call the SOLACE Support Line 414- 797-3047
Human and Sex Trafficking Support Initiative (HSTSI)
Building a network of support for human trafficking survivors. Some of our partners include:
M&S Clinical Services
Healthcare Collaborative Against Sex Trafficking (HCAST)
Milwaukee Joint Human Trafficking Task Force (MJHTTF)
Bread of Healing Clinic
New Testament Church Healthcare Clinic
Note: If you are interested in being part of HSTSI send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and an application will be sent to you.
Solace Workforce Integration with Specialized Help (SWISH)
SWISH provides a variety of services designed to help our Works of ART (that’s what we call our clients) obtain life-sustaining employment. Including but not limited to:
Earned Survivor Support (ESS) – survivors of human trafficking participate in work experience with a stipend at CRC. Minimum 8hrs per week
Earned Support (ES) – Works of ART participate in work experience with a stipend at CRC. Minimum 8hrs per week
Goodwill Mentorship – Works of ART are assigned individual Goodwill mentors providing job readiness and assistance with job placement.
CRC Job Readiness – Works of ART are provided assistance with resume writing and possible job leads
HeartMath is a science-based technology to help people build personal resilience using their own bodies.
CRC was the first organization in the United States using Heartmath to help human trafficking survivors manage trauma for which we received a Humanitarian Award in Cancun, Mexico.
Convergence has 4 Certified Heartmath Coaches and 1 Certified Heartmath Trainer are planning to add more to meet the demand. Sessions are individual.
Solace Youth Network Club (SYNC)
Summer Girls Program
The Solace Youth Network Club has been suspended due to COVID-19.
Trauma Recovery Package
A customized trauma recovery package for individuals rebuilding their lives after trauma. This is developed with input from the Work of ART assisted by their ART Facilitator (case manager).
The package will outline the services needed to help the Work of ART begin healing and then to move forward in their lives.
Packages may include psychotherapy, resilience-based curriculums, science-based technology, and family support.
It's Up To Me
Mental Health Support
Helping individuals remove the stigma of mental illness and learning to identify thought processes that hold them hostage.
The curriculum also helps them develop plans for when and how to share their situations for positive outcomes.
The sessions are for individuals.
Tamar's Remnant in Upward Moving Pursuing Healing (TRIUMPH)
Faith-based curriculum based on the Tamar’s in the Bible. Offered once a year, this highly requested curriculum is open to the public.
It is in a group setting and meets once a week for 8 weeks. Class size is limited due to the intensity of the material.
Have you ever wondered what the Bible says about violence against women? TRIUMPH may provide some answers.
Ending the Game
10 session resilience based curriculum that psychologically walks a person with lived experience of the commercial sex trade to healing. The curriculum can be provided in a group or individually.
CRC has 4 trained ETG Facilitators and 1 of only 3 trainers in the world.
Ready Set GLOW
Weekly Peer Support Group
Peer to Peer Recovery Support Group every Friday at 1:00pm. This meeting is a great way for you to share about every day challenges, talk about achievements in your recovery, and support each other on our journeys.
Visiting our events calendar to stay updated.
Through the Eyes of a Parent
Providing support for the family members of human trafficking survivors.
Walking with them through the unthinkable as the position themselves for their loved one to return home, deal with a loved one actively involved in the commercial sex trade against their will, or cope with harsh realizations.
Solace Helping Others Win (SHOW)
Artistic and crafting classes lead by our SHOW facilitators. From sewing to art to website design, we SHOW survivors how to use their creativity as an emotional outlet or even as a path towards achieving their dreams