This program provides a safe, confidential space for parents and guardians to ask questions, address concerns about their child who may be at risk or involved in sexual exploitation and/or trafficking activities, and navigate the complex systems you may be involved with, including shelter, social services, etc. How the program can help you as a parent/guardian:
Consult with a Parent Liaison 1:1 for questions, concerns, emotional support, education, resources, referrals or other guidance navigating systems and advocacy (phone, virtual, in-person).
Join a peer-family support group or parent advisory group.
Learn about educational events and presentations to raise awareness about issues pertaining to sex trafficking and exploitation in our community.
Get on a distribution list to receive communications via email, social media, newsletter.
Note: this program does not provide direct therapy or legal advice.
Brittany’s Place Mobile Case Manager provides outreach and aftercare services to youth of all genders, up to age 24 across the east metro region. This resource is available to any youth with or without a shelter stay. Youth receive confidential, one-to-one support, access to basic needs, advocacy, and connection to services and resources.. For immediate help or referral:
The East Metro Safe Harbor Regional Navigator, Mary McRoy, provides training, case consultation, and expertise in addressing sex trafficking of youth. Services are available to youth-serving agencies, law enforcement, and organizations in the Twin Cities' East Metro region.