Our Mission

Through rescue, prevention, survivor restoration, cultural change and community transformation programs, we work to end trafficking and exploitation by empowering the voices of vulnerable and exploited children, and revolutionizing the systems and policies that impact them.

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Our Vision

We envision a world passionately opposed to the trafficking and exploitation of children. A world where communities are committed to restoring survivors to lives of freedom, purpose and joy.

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Our Values


We are committed to transparency and authenticity. We demonstrate integrity through honesty, awareness and our constant walk in holiness.




We partner with trusted agencies and service providers to address the complexities of this issue. We are stronger together.    




We work in places and on issues where success may not be quick or easy. We are not afraid to take calculated risks. We walk by faith, not by sight. As Christian abolitionists we believe trafficking survivors deserve the opportunity to be restored to dignity and purpose, regardless of their faith or system of belief.




We value the knowledge of those most directly affected by trafficking. We acknowledge those who have gone before us and who work alongside us. We welcome diverse perspectives to the table, refining our approach by listening to others with experience. We are forever learners: hearing, thinking, and responding respectfully.




It’s not always about fairytale endings… it’s about getting back up when you’ve been knocked down more times than you can count. It’s about weathering the storm and understanding that everyone’s story is different. We’re committed to supporting their journey of struggle, beauty, and humanity. Our support is not time limited and we embrace each survivor’s choice to choose their journey. 

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