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Doma means 'home' in several languages. We exist to redefine 'home' for those whose homes have been filled with abuse, neglect, and injustice. We believe that women who have lived in slavery should be empowered to gain true independence. We journey with survivors of human trafficking in Columbus, Ohio.
In 2009, Doma began a collaborative partnership with the Franklin County Municipal Court’s CATCH Court. Whereas CATCH provides intensive probation and services to help victims exit prostitution (rescue), Doma established a comprehensive community-based treatment program that rehabilitates (restores) these women. Freedom a la Cart, Doma’s social enterprise and workforce development program, is the final component in the rehabilitation process (economic self-sufficiency). Collectively, CATCH, Doma, and Freedom provide innovative and successful solutions to the crime of human trafficking. To date, we have worked with over 220 women in the last 4 years, who were trafficked at the average age of 13.
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