PARTNERSHIP TO END HUMAN TRAFFICKING

A Pathway toward Healing

MAKE AN IMPACT. SUPPORT SURVIVORS

All artwork displayed on the design of this website and other materials has been created by survivors who have participated in PEHT services or in the PEHT Shop Social Enterprise business. At PEHT we believe creative expression has so much potential in the recovery process and allows for each individual to create, restore and heal. We also believe in creating sustainable employment and job training. We hope you visit our shopping page to see more survivor made goods. All artwork used has been fully compensated.

OUR MISSION

The Partnership to End Human Trafficking (PEHT) is a nonprofit organization that provides survivors of human trafficking a pathway toward healing and independence through community outreach, residential recovery, and economic empowerment.

OUR CORE VALUES

HUMAN DIGNITY

We believe in the inherent value of every individual.

COMMUNITY

We believe in the healing power of shared experiences.

EQUITY

We seek to lower barriers and promote access to resources and opportunities.

SAFETY

We cultivate a trauma-informed environment.

"Because of PEHT, I picked the name Sunflower as I felt that I was standing in the darkness and now I am standing in the Light."
-Sunflower

Love Bracelet - Pre-order today!

Chikahisa Studio, a renowned Seattle-based jewelry design studio, has partnered with PEHT, to create a unique bracelet aimed at raising awareness and providing job skills for survivors of human trafficking.

"For other survivors, it does not feel like work. The environment is safe and has a healing atmosphere."
-Rose

ABOUT US

Partnership to End Human Trafficking (PEHT) was founded in 2016 by Elizabeth Koldyke Boolbol and a core group of passionate anti-trafficking advocates in Fairfield County, Connecticut who were appalled by the presence of trafficking worldwide and in their own backyard.

Human trafficking involves the use of force, fraud, or coercion to obtain some type of labor or commercial sex. Globally human trafficking generates $150 billion in illegal profit annually, which is more than ExxonMobil, Ford Motor Company, and Disney combined. As a community, PEHT walks alongside brave survivors providing wraparound recovery services including up to 24 months of trauma- informed residential care, where they can rest and heal as they forge their path toward genuine independence through secure housing, job training, and employment at The PEHT Shop.

Advocates & Partners

THE PEHT SHOP
1001 Main St Unit 17 (Second Fl)
Bridgeport CT 06604

Store Hours:
Tues-Thursday- 9am-4pm

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All of the artwork used in the design of this report were created by survivors who have participated in our expressive art programs.
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