Our Programs

 
 

CASE MANAGEMENT

From our headquarters, skilled Children of the Night Case Managers assist young American sex trafficking victims with 24-hour services 7 days a week. Whether they need rescue from pimps, access to medical services, emergency & non-emergency transportation, mental health services, psychiatric evaluations or access to psychotropic medications, Children of the Night is ready to serve.

These children and young people require multiple contacts daily, step-by-step directions and transportation to complete some of the common tasks required to access care.. They are easily frustrated by the process of accessing services and cannot complete applications on their own. They miss appointments, need to be reminded, led, nudged, and provided transportation. They require handholding, and without this constant support they will remain on the streets. Learn more.

Availability

24-hours, 7 days a week
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WithOut Walls (WOW) Online Tutoring Programs: Online Education for the High School Equivalency Exam Throughout the United States

Young sex trafficking victims are unable to attend regular school because of trauma and chaotic lifestyles. Our case management is critical to the stabilization of students who need skills to escape prostitution.

Our FREE, ONE on ONE, ONLINE TUTORING program is portable anywhere in the world and a student may sign-in via email just prior to each tutoring session no matter where they are located. By using Zoom online video communications, the student works face to face with their personalized tutor 2 to 3 times a week. Learn more.

 

GLOBAL PROGRAMS

Christian orphanages and other NGO’s from developing countries reached out to Dr. Lee for help with their programs. Dr. Lee was impressed with the homes built and care provided, but the absence of education was troubling.

In 2011, Dr. Lee created Children of the Night WOW – Children of the Night With Out Walls to provide education to child sex trafficking victims who lacked viable economic alternatives to prostitution and a means to support their families.

Children in developing countries are taught English and Math to provide them with income other than prostitution. Learn more.