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Survivors of complex trauma - like those who have endured years of sex trafficking - have high rates of PTSD, with constant states of hypervigilance and stress arousal. For survivors like this, there is never a moment of peace. All is stress, all is anxiety.

Blanca is a dedicated mother of three. When her pre-teen and two young teens starting making some new friends – usually a process that would delight a mother – Blanca became concerned. She heard stories of parties these friends had been to. Parties where sketchy things were happening and Blanca didn’t know for sure what these friends were up to. What she did know for sure was that warning signs were flaring...

From 1776 to the present day, July 4th has been celebrated as the birth of American independence, with festivities ranging from fireworks, parades and concerts to more casual family gatherings and barbecues...

Tori Michelle* is a resilient lady, who once had everything she could possibly want: a great job, a loving family and good kids. One day it all came to an end. She was served with divorce papers from her husband. She felt like her life was over...

Patience and endurance are important strengths to acquire when working with sex trafficking victims. It often takes time to build a healthy relationship with them and it takes patience to help them get back up when they stumble time and time again...

You’re invited to our fall fundraiser breakfast! RSVP for this free event here. Invite your friends!

Mirror Ministries recently launched a crowd funding campaign on WeRaise to raise at least $10,000 that will go toward supporting a second advocate and our survivor services programs where we directly help local victims of sex trafficking in Tri-Cities, Washington...

Have you ever wanted to try out for American Ninja Warrior? Or maybe just see how well you’d hold up in a similar obstacle course? Now you have a chance to try it out right here in your hometown...

We live in a culture that justifies sexual violence against women and children by blaming the choices they have made, whether or not those choices are perceived as related to the exploitation or abuse...

Survivors of human trafficking have enormous hurdles to overcome. We work hard to ease those hurdles as each survivor walks her path to freedom...

Mirror Ministries is starting Community Awareness Walks at 6p on the 3rd Friday of each month...

Thank you for helping us reflect the grace of God to victims and survivors of human trafficking in 2016!

January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month and January 11 is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day.

Mirror Ministries has joined #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving that harnesses the collective power of individuals, communities and organizations to encourage philanthropy and to celebrate generosity worldwide...

Kennewick, WA – Benton County has signed a service contract with Mirror Ministries for a Human Trafficking Survivor Services program. Benton County will be in contract with Mirror Ministries to compensate a total of $5,000.00 to be prorated July 1, 2016 through December 31, 2016.

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