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What We Do for the Community

At Josephine's Clinic, Inc., we engage in various activities and work collaboratively with other community partners to help rebuild, recover, restore, and transform the lives impacted by human trafficking and violence. 

As a nonprofit organization, we:

1. Provide medical, forensic, mental health, and trauma-informed care to those in need (including, but not limited to survivors of human trafficking and violence).

2. Utilize a survivor-centered, interprofessional collaborative practice (IPCP) approach to provide compassionate, holistic, and trauma-informed care to victims served.

3. Strive to increase community awareness about human trafficking (HT), sex trafficking, and prostitution, as well as the role that addiction plays in the quality of care that survivors get.

4. Expand the delivery of dental, additional substance addiction, and OB/GYN services when needed (other services to be added when necessary).

5. Seek to expand our programs to also serve communities in Indiana, Kentucky, and Ohio using creative and innovative strategies (e.g., mobile unit, telehealth, and community resources).

6. Design, implement, and evaluate IPCP population-based research studies to develop new knowledge into survivor-centered, IPCP, holistic, and trauma-informed care.


Our Activities


Josephine’s Clinic, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit, provides education on human trafficking and violence through the dissemination of facts, charts, graphs, and statistics. All these are presented to members of communities attending lectures, slideshows, and community meetings held in libraries and public venues, as well as via live media interviews.

We focus on the causes of human trafficking and violence and current efforts, solutions, and care provided to survivors and survivors. Also highlighted are the geographical, economic, medical, psychological, emotional, and social aspects of these issues. All of these are discussed in the context of the community in local, regional, national, and international settings.

Social media outlets are used as discussion forums together with blogs and social networking sites. All media interviews can be viewed on the corporation’s website.

Ambassador Program

We work with ambassadors as needed to raise social awareness about the cause on a local and global level. We also hold fund-raising events to gather financial resources that are necessary to provide immediate relief and assistance directed to survivors of human trafficking and violence.

Our programs are inclusive and are made available to people regardless of race, ethnicity, or religion. To be able to help more people, we collaborate with other 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations. We operate exclusively for educational and charitable purposes.


Internship and Volunteer Programs

As directed by the board, we provide internship or volunteer opportunities. This allows others to actively serve in activities that promote our basic educational programs related to community resources for:

  • Addiction Recovery
  • Community Housing
  • Education
  • Food Pantries
  • Homeless Shelters
  • Job Placement
  • Medical and Dental Care
  • Mental Health Counseling Services (Trauma Therapy)
  • Personal Care (Items to Distribute in the Community)
  • Transportation Assistance


Our goal is to make more people aware of human trafficking and violence as serious community issues. We explore any medium possible, including:

  • Activity Photos
  • Documentary Films
  • News Articles
  • Projects and Programs
Through proper documentation and reporting, we hope to broaden our reach. Multimedia features will be recorded by volunteers to document activities and then made available to the public.

Financial Information

All income will be derived from personal resources and public donations. Additional income sources may include:

  • Fund-Raisers
  • Grants
  • Scholarships

The corporation disposes of its income through decisions made by its board of directors or through the decisions of the duly elected treasurer, whose power to pay expenses is set out by the board or the corporation’s bylaws in accordance with the corporation’s purpose. Expenses paid by the corporation include, but are not limited to:

  • Equipment Purchases and Rentals
  • Internet Access Fees
  • Internet Website Fees
  • Medical Supplies and Equipment
  • Miscellaneous Board Expenses
  • Publications and Advertising Costs
  • Rent for Clinic Space
  • Utilities for Clinic Space
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