You don’t have to be a father to be a D.A.D. (Devotee, Ally, and Defender). Commercial sex trafficking and exploitation crimes endanger the safety, dignity, and freedom of hundreds of thousands of children across the United States, often with devastating and tragic effects. D.A.D.s is a collective of healthy male advocates working to protect kids from sexual exploitation. It’s time for men to make the change; it begins and ends with us. CLICK HERE to learn more!
Quilt Square Society
The Quilt Square Societyis our monthly giving program designed to provide you the opportunity to support young survivors of human trafficking within the United States.
With a focus on bringing supporters into our TCH family, the Quilt Square Societygives you exclusive behind-the-scenes access to the day to day moments that make working with these kids such a unique and incredible opportunity. Join today
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Jobs and Internships
Are you passionate about our mission? Would you like to join our team at The Covering House and help our girls? Check out our current openings for jobs and internships here.
Request A Presentation/Training
The Covering House offers an informational presentation to community organizations, training to law enforcement, healthcare professionals, or educators, as well as our “Reducing the Risk” prevention program for students and teachers. If you would like to learn more or request a presentation/training, please click here and complete the form.
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