Here's what it's like to work at EE:

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Many days are exciting. You get a call or a tip that changes everything. Months of strenuous work pay off, and you burst into tears of joy. Someone’s life was turned around. Vulnerability protected; restoration begun; justice prevailed.

Not everyday is like that.  You might make a hundred calls that don’t feel like they’ve helped. You do office work; you sit in long meetings. You explain things to people who sometimes don’t want to listen. You get a call you’ve gotten before, and you just can’t do anything about it. You feel frustrated and overwhelmed. Someone notices and encourages you to take a break, to take a walk. You do and you feel a little better but there’s still this mountain that needs moving and all you can do is press your shoulder against it and pray. Day after day after day. Until one day… something finally shifts.

And then you do it all over again.

This is what important work looks like. It looks like trying the same thing a hundred times. Like not getting a win every day, but celebrating the wins that come, because it’s not a game played but a life changed. It looks like nothing but endless work in the moment, and only like lives changed when you look back.

At Extract Effect, you’ll be working at the forefront of the anti-trafficking movement in Ohio. We’ve been building victim-centered and trauma-informed services and programs in Dayton since launching in March 2019. We care as much for each other as for our clients; we have frameworks in place for self-care, wellness, and support so we can all keep fighting for vulnerable and exploited children every single day.

We are Currently hiring the following positions:

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Grant-paid, full-time positions

Extract Effect's Response to Covid-19

The health and safety of our community and loved ones is our top priority. Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, we are operating outside of the office. Please give us a call for more information.

You may register for upcoming trainings online. You can submit tips of suspected child abuse, neglect or trafficking, as well as speak with the advocate on-call by contacting our office at +1 937-702-3509