NATIONAL AWARENESS MONTH

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Life Recaptured Inc. is a 501(c)(3) not for profit organization and your donations are tax-deductible within the guidelines of U.S. law.  EIN: 83-2920883

STRIVE WITH US

January is Awareness Month

"HUMAN TRAFFICKING IS A COMMUNITY WIDE PROBLEM AND AS SUCH, REQUIRES COMMUNITY WIDE SOLUTIONS."


JACKY ROSEN

We Are Life Recaptured

TOGETHER WE MAKE THE DIFFERENCE

From the moment our President & Founder Brandy Crisafulli started our organization and each day since, we have been on an incredible journey for our mission. We have been getting girls to freedom, opening our first safe home (the first of its kind in Brevard County, FL), and meeting with various sectors of the law to make a real impact.

This journey is not for the faint at heart. It's a hard road with lots of work ahead. God has blessed us with amazing volunteers, connections, and opportunities. We are far from done and your support makes an enormous difference in effectively changing our world, eradicating sex trafficking, and fulfilling our mission & vision.

AWARENESS: Training the Community

With over 6 years of training with national and international organizations in human trafficking, our President Brandy Crisafulli and Vice President Jennifer Snyder have developed an expert team. Our team has over 28 years of combined experience. We equip you with the most up-to-date information to bring awareness to this criminal industry.

PREVENTION: Tactics Response Team & Working with Law Enforcement

We are united with law enforcement, working closely with Sheriff Wayne Ivey and his Brevard County team. Our Life Recaptured Tactics Response Team is made up of former marines and their affiliates, working to rescue victims.

RESTORATION: Residential Safe Homes

Our Residential Safe Home is the first of its kind in Brevard County, FL. Our 3 phase Safe Home Program is key to restore, renew, and transform lives. Our advocates undergoing intense training and preparation for providing the best care. We are thrilled to offer this necessary program to survivors of sex trafficking.