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Frequently Asked Questions!

At "Stop 2 Heal" Residential Treatment and Outreach Center, our administration seeks to provide exemplary services. As such, we have answered the questions we are generally asked from the community we serve and the individuals that help us. Should you have further inquiries, please feel free to contact us. 

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"I was referred to your program but I have a disability, can I participate in your program?" - Madison

Yes, you may still qualify to fully participate in the programs and services of Stop 2 Heal Residential Treatment and Outreach Center. The policy of Stop 2 Heal is established upon the principles of inclusivity, diversity, and acceptance. Therefore, the administration of services does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations.

"What is the projected timeframe for completing the construction of Stop 2 Heal Residential Treatment and Outreach Center?" - Ethan

The projected timeframe of completion for the residence is currently slated for the fall of 2024.  

"I am interested in volunteering weekly at Stop 2 Heal, what are the requirements to volunteer at your program?" - Johannes

We appreciate your interest in volunteering with us. Please refer to the Get Involved page to learn more about the requirements for volunteering and to initiate the application process. Please note that some of our volunteer positions have a minimum commitment requirement. 

"I was referred to your program but I can not read or write and don't want to be judged for that, would I still qualify?" - Elena

No, you will not be judged if you cannot read or write well. Yes, you can still qualify. We want to help you to gain confidence in your ability to read and write at a level that makes you more comfortable. 

"My primary language is not English, can I still get services?" - Priya

Yes, you may still qualify to receive services.  The execution of programs and services at Stop 2 Heal Treatment and Outreach Center do not support unfair treatment of an individual based upon ability or inability to use one language instead of another. Therefore, even in cases where English is not your primary language, we would secure an interpreter.

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313,000 Human Trafficking Victims in Texas

Report from the Statewide Human Trafficking Mapping Project of Texas, a collaboration among the Institute on Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault (IDVSA) and the Bureau of Business Research at The University of Texas at Austin as well as Allies Against Slavery. The study found that there are more than 300,000 victims of human trafficking in Texas, including almost 79,000 minors and youth victims of sex trafficking and nearly 234,000 adult victims of labor trafficking. Minor and youth sex trafficking costs the state of Texas approximately $6.6 billion annually, and traffickers exploit approximately $600 million from victims of labor trafficking in Texas. 

Published by: Institute on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault (IDVSA), The University of Texas at Austin