Bowling Green Station P.O. Box 1003
New York, NY 10274-1003
The idea for Restore was conceived in the spring of 2004 when three friends from New York City felt called to find practical ways to serve survivors of sex trafficking in New York City, and thus began training in Vancouver, Canada with Servants Anonymous World Services, an organization with a track record of success serving this population. In 2006, Restore was granted 501c3 status by the Internal Revenue Service. The Board of Directors hired an Executive Director in January 2008.A Program Manager was brought on staff in February 2009 at which point Restore officially became operational and began working with clients.
Human Rights, Women