Exit Doors Here

A Sex Work Transition Program that helps women leave the sex trade and reintegrate into the community

Program Benefits

 

Participants who commit to the program are connected to community supports that help them recover from the physical and mental trauma of sex work and sex trafficking.

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Based on the evidence-based model of Critical Time Intervention which better facilitates reintegration of women into communities, work and support systems.

Exit Doors Here is a sex work transition program with the goal of assisting women to permanently leave the sex trade and recover from the related trauma. We also assist victims of sex trafficking.

 

This program provides personalized wraparound services and time-based interventions for women wishing to exit the sex work industry as well as survivors of sex trafficking.

Exit Doors Here uses a new evidence-based case management model of Critical Time Intervention (CTI). CTI has proven successful in transitioning people from precarious and sensitive situations to stability.

The Exit Doors Here team provides emotional and practical support during critical times of transition and strengthens women's long-term ties to services, family, friends, and the community. CTI is a time-limited evidence-based practice that mobilizes support for vulnerable populations during periods of transition.

Learn more about CTI here.

If you or someone you know is ready to leave or need help getting there, Elizabeth Fry Toronto is dedicated to providing meaningful support.

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

The program is open to:

  • Reside in the GTA

  • Female-identifying individual 18 years and over

  • At any stage of sex work, voluntary or involuntary

  • A desire to leave sex work

  • Experience at least two of the following:

            a. Has been, or at-risk of being in conflict with the law
            b. Lack of positive social support/nature support networks
            c. Substance use with a negative impact
            d. Unemployment/underemployment/lack of employment skills
            e. Lack of basic life skills
            f. Lack of personal safety at the hands of an abuser
            g. At-risk of homelessness or is homeless

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