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Amirah, Inc.
Headquarters:
10 Tower Office Park, Ste 413
Woburn, MA  01801
Phone: 1-781-462-1758
Fax: 1-978-969-3511
Email: info@amirahinc.org
Amirah is a 501(c)3 with EIN #27-1214049.
© 2019 Amirah, Inc

We are grateful for the partnership of the Women's Fund of Essex County as we work together to promote solutions for survivors of sexual exploitation.

Education & Events

Our speaker team conducts trainings and education events throughout New England. Attend an upcoming event or find out how to request a speaker.

Community Education

Amirah is one of the leading aftercare providers in the anti-trafficking movement in New England. The staff is passionate about providing trauma-informed care specialized for survivors of sex trafficking that addresses the need of the whole person.

We value the ability to educate, train, and spread awareness about trauma recovery in the lives of survivors of sex trafficking.

Our team is available for speaking at a variety of venues including:

  • Keynote addresses

  • Workshops/Breakout sessions

  • Training for service professionals

  • Main sessions as well as workshops for ministry events

  • Guest evangelist for faith communities

  • TV/Radio Interviews

Sunday Morning Service with CEO Stephanie Clark, Cornerstone Church

Sunday, October 27, 10:30 AM

15 Kibbe Road, East Longmeadow, MA

Open to the public.

Sunday Morning Service with CEO Stephanie Clark, West Church

Sunday, October 27, 10:30 AM

767 Broadway, Haverhill, MA

Open to the public.

Evening of Hope with CEO Stephanie Clark and Survivor Leader Cheri Crider

Sunday, November 3, 6:30-9:00 PM

St. John Church

16 Great Road, Sudbury, MA

Open to the public.

Upcoming Events & Speaking Engagements

Types of Events We Do

community

awareness

Our team is able to share key note addresses or workshops for your work, church, or community group. Community Awareness events offer information on domestic trafficking and educate on contributing factors, how to identify trafficking in your community, and what to do about it. 

law enforcement

Our strong partnership with the FBI and Homeland Security has informed much of the work we do. As most women who come to Amirah seeking refuge are partnered with a law enforcement agent, we offer trainings to local stations on how to work with both victims and survivors to work toward best outcomes.

health and social work

In 2014, a Chicago School of Law study* showed that 88% of victims of trafficking sought medical services, but only 6%^ of medical providers claimed to have treated a victim. We offer trainings to allow healthcare professionals and social workers the ability to more easily identify victims of trafficking and build trusting relationships to help victims escape. 

Schools and universities

Many victims are targeted while in school or college due to factors that make them vulnerable, including age. We believe education is the best prevention. Our speaker team has spoken to audiences of all ages, educating on trafficking, safe people, and how to find help.

"Heather Thornburg provided an engaging presentation that was extremely informative and relevant to addressing human trafficking with our client population."

Liz Burden, LICSW, Senior Clinical Social Worker | Lemuel Shattuck-Hospital

"Stephanie Clark spoke to our local mothers group about the realities of human trafficking right here in Massachusetts and the whole person care that Amirah is providing to address the great need that is here. We had such great feedback from our members about the discussion that day. We were so challenged by her message!"

Victoria Roberts, Community Leader | North Shore, MA

"Cheri Crider's program was so informative and courageous. She provided many important details to help us understand the prevalence of human trafficking and the impact. Cheri showed such strength and courage in eloquently sharing her life story and is such an inspiration in how she changed her life. Her message is so important for us all to be able to recognize trafficking and do what we can to provide a helping hand. Hopefully we can help others make the transition from victim to survivor."

Deborah Regan, South Church | Portsmouth, NH

Praise for our Speakers

Consulting

Amirah is committed to the aftercare movement within New England and to helping provide trauma-informed, wholistic care to survivors of sexual exploitation. We recognize that we will not be able to help every victim and that as our facilities fill up, wait lists simply will not be enough.

To that end, we are committed to the expansion of trauma-informed, wholistic care throughout New England by offering consulting services to those who would like to learn about the gaps within the aftercare movement and work towards offering solutions to fill these needs.

If you or your group are interested in the consulting services that we offer, please reach out to Stephanie Clark today to discuss booking an appointment.

*Lederer, L. J., & Wetzel, C. A. (2014). The Health Consequences of Sex Trafficking and Their Implications for Identifying Victims in Healthcare Facilities. Annals of Health Law: The Health Policy and Law Review of Loyola University Chicago School of Law, 23(1), pp. 61-91

^Chisolm-Straker, M., Richardson, L. D., & Cossio, T. (2012). Combating Slavery in the 21st Century: The Role of Emergency Medicine. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 23(3), pp.980-987. doi:10.1353/hpu.2012.0091