Safe Harbor: Phase 2 Evaluation Key Findings

This summary report presents the phase two evaluation of the Safe Harbor law and No Wrong Door model. The Safe Harbor law provides a framework for legal protection and state services for sexually exploited youth and young adults. The No Wrong Door Model is a multi-state agency approach to aid in the identification of sexually exploited and at-risk youth, and to provide youth with trauma-informed services and safe housing.



Schauben, Laura
Huckaby, Wendy


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Safe Harbor

Safe Harbor began in Minnesota in 2011 to provide legal protection and services for sexually trafficked or exploited youth. Safe Harbor funds agencies and grantees to provide services, provide housing and shelter, deliver training, and conduct outreach and evaluation. 

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