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SRQ DAILY SATURDAY PERSPECTIVES EDITION SATURDAY NOV 3, 2018

This week, we welcomed home a survivor who is very special to our entire team. Our Outreach team relentlessly pursues the precious young lives we serve, many for over 2 years. It can take 7-8 touch-points with a survivor before they are ready to receive services or even believe that freedom is possible. Before coming to Selah Freedom, many of the survivors we serve share that they have had over 20 interventions. This survivor was on the streets for years and thanks to the relationship, trust and proven efforts of our team, she finally agreed to enter into our Residential Program. We are celebrating! Our incredible team proves to each young life that they are deserving of a second chance. They are the first point of contact for survivors and law enforcement and bring hope into the darkest places in our communities; brothels, jails, courtrooms and the streets. Tonight, a new survivor will sleep in a safe home surrounded by support and love. Your support of our mission has made that possible!

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