The Episcopal Church in Connecticut


The Episcopal Diocese of Maine

  • The Center for Wisdom’s Women - a week-day drop-in center that helps women break isolation and build community toward the bettering and enriching of each other’s lives. Klara Tammany, Executive Director


The Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts

  • Dinah's House after the biblical Dinah. Currently we are exploring setting things up in Haverhill MA through Trinity Church, Haverhill MA. The Rev Deacon Gay Cox

  • Amirah House - a faith-based nonprofit organization located in the Boston area that strives “to provide a refuge for those seeking to break free from exploitation and heal in community on their journey toward lasting hope.”  Stephanie Clarke, Executive Director


The Episcopal Church in Vermont

  • The Vermont Center for Crime Victim Services has been designated by the Vermont Legislature to lead this anti-trafficking initiative, and its Human Trafficking Task Force has a service protocol to identify, rescue and protect trafficking victims, including offering them a wide array of legal and other services. With the help of national organizations dedicated to combating human trafficking, Vermont is striving to protect its citizens and persons everywhere from the dangers and tragic consequences of this crime. Give Way to Freedom, a Vermont and New York-based organization that supports and provides victim care services to the survivors of human trafficking, advocates for optimal comprehensive care for victims, and educates in an effort to increase awareness and understanding of human trafficking, has links to a variety of resources on its website. These include the 2015 Vermont Human Trafficking Resource Guide:

  • Vermont Law - For Information regarding Human Trafficking laws in Vermont please visit: