Survivor Support

We want to help you take the next step.

Survivor Support Group

Mission 21 provides a Survivor Support Group for youth survivors of sex trafficking.

Survivor SupportGroup activities include: opportunities to process past experiences, life and work skills classes, art and music activities, opportunities to meet with other survivors, opportunities to set goals and encourage each other to make healthy choices.

All youth participants must complete an application with a Mission 21 youth advocate and sign a Program Safety Contract before attending group.

New referrals who are 18 and older must be enrolled in school or be working towards finishing school. New referrals who are 18 and older and have completed school, will be referred to an appropriate agency that works with adults.

Contact us to make an appointment.

The Survivor Support Group meets the 1st, 3rd, and 5th weeks of every month. Transportation within the Rochester city limits is provided.

1 on 1 Mentorship

Mission 21 mentors are available for youth survivors of sex trafficking who would like support and encouragement on making positive changes in their lives to reach healthy goals. This extra-support service is for girls who recognize there is a problem and are ready to commit to a plan to change their lives.

Meeting times vary depending on youth and mentors schedules. Transportation within Rochester city limits is provided.

Please talk to a Mission 21 youth advocate for more information on how to set up one-on-one support. You can call our office at 507-208-4600, contact us, or you can connect with us on Facebook.

Emergency Services

If you are in immediate danger call 911.

If you are someone who has experienced rape, sexual assault, and/or sex trafficking/prostitution and would like a sexual assault exam (Evidentiary Exam), advocates are available to join you so you are not alone. Call Victim Services 24-hour Crisis Line 507-289-0636, and you may request a Mission 21 advocate if available.

If you think that you meet the descriptions above and want more information about how Mission 21 can help you learn more about resources, your rights, support groups, or informational workshops available to you, let us know.

You can call our office at 507-208-4600, contact us or connect with us on Facebook.

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