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A national conference designed to address the critical aftercare needs of human trafficking survivors comprehensively. Led by a seasoned and trusted team, we're dedicated to guiding you in delivering top-tier care that empowers survivors to reclaim their lives with strength and dignity. Our training program is tailored to ensure compliance with state certification requirements, making the certification process seamless. Partner with us on this important journey and gain access to our tested and proven tools, resources, programs, approaches, and curricula.

“When the enemy shall come in like a flood, the Spirit of the Lord shall lift up a standard against him" (Isaiah 59:19 KJV).

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Carrie Grace has been a dedicated advocate for human trafficking survivors since 2011. She founded Valiant Hearts in 2016, launched stabilization and restoration programs globally, and became Executive Director of Freedom Shield Foundation in 2019, where she opened a safe house in DFW. In 2023, she launched Carrie Grace Consulting, published five programs, and created Live Abundantly University. Her work continues to empower survivors and support organizations worldwide.

Carrie Grace

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Sula Lael's journey in the anti-trafficking movement is deeply personal, stemming from her own experience overcoming sex trafficking. Since 2010, she has raised awareness, trained service providers, and assisted fellow survivors. As a Minister and author of five books, Sula passionately advocates for survivors with severe mental health diagnoses and SRA/occult backgrounds. Her dedication and compassion inspire hope in those she serves. Her story is detailed in her book, "Fighting for Your Purpose - From Sex Trafficking to Ministry," available on Amazon.

Sula Lael

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Lares has over 33 years of human services experience, managing and starting non-profits. He began in 1990 with Big Brother Big Sisters in Polk County, Florida, working with abused children. In 2005, he co-founded the Space Coast Human Trafficking Task Force and the Orlando Rescue and Restore Coalition in 2007, partnering with local agencies to support trafficking survivors. In 2009, he founded Florida Abolitionist, Inc. (now United Abolitionists, Inc.), created a 24-hour Human Trafficking Hotline, and advocated for a crisis residential program for adult female trafficking survivors in Central Florida.

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Carrie Schirato, a wife and mother of five, co-founded Reclaim611 and serves as its Executive Director. Her career began in 2005 in the Emergency Department, driven by her love for adrenaline and people. Carrie graduated from Baylor University with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and completed her Master’s and Post-Master’s certificate at the University of Texas at Arlington. She has worked as a Family Nurse Practitioner and Acute Care Nurse Practitioner at a Level 1 Trauma Center in Dallas for 10 years. Now focused on identifying and reporting human trafficking, Carrie's work has profoundly changed her life, guided by the belief that standing up for one life can create a ripple effect of love.

Carrie Schirato

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