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Age group: Adolescence ; Young adult ; Adult ; Seniors 65 and older. Gender: Female only. Setting: Urban area ; Community-based setting ; Social services setting.
Location: Ontario. of completed Canadian outcome evaluation studies: In progress. Continuum of intervention: Tertiary crime prevention. The Exit Doors Here: Helping Sex Workers Leave Prostitution program, implemented by Elizabeth Fry Toronto, aims to help women wanting to exit prostitution by providing them a time-based service intervention.
Using a Critical Time Intervention CTI model of change, the program offers an individually-adapted, multi-disciplinary approach to supporting participants out of a life of prostitution using customized wraparound services.
The program is centered on counselling and social work; cognitive behavioral therapy; service referral; skills training; support groups; and psycho-education. The appropriate clientele for the Exit Doors Here program are women 16 years and older seeking to exit the sex trade. Referrals from the program come from the host organization; outreach workers meeting clients in the street; and legal, social justice, and anti-human trafficking networks.
Some of the critical elements for the implementation of this program or initiative include the following:. The most recognized classification systems of evidence-based crime prevention programs have classified this program or initiative as follows:.
This evaluation is currently in progress; are not yet available at this time. Goals The main goals of the Exit Doors Here program are to: Support women wanting to exit prostitution; Provide women leaving prostitution with the services to meet their needs; and Build capacity and opportunities for the participants.
Clientele The appropriate clientele for the Exit Doors Here program are women 16 years and older seeking to exit the sex trade. Core Components The Exit Doors Here program consists of the following phases: Pre-phase — Making the connection on-going: This phase encourages sex workers to take the first step in accessing services toward their plans to exit. This information is used to indicate the level of readiness of the client, which will assure that the correct service planning approach is taken for each client; Phase 2 — Service Implementation and behaviour change: At this phase, a service plan for the client is developed, and an agreement as to what supports are needed by the client are decided by the client and case manager.
It is also at this stage that clients are referred to the appropriate outside services for other issues; and Phase 3 — Adopting a non-prostitution identity: At this stage of the intervention, the case manager works with the client to set in motion long term goals identified in the client service plan. Meetings are still made to review progress made, and ensure that the client can function independently. Implementation Information Some of the critical elements for the implementation of this program or initiative include the following: Organizational requirements: The organization aiming to implement the Exit Doors Here program must have extensive knowledge of the prostitution issue in their community, and must have the resources and knowledge to appropriately care for clients attempting to leave prostitution.
Training and technical assistance: Limited information on this topic. Risk assessment tools: Limited information on this topic.
International Endorsements The most recognized classification systems of evidence-based crime prevention programs have classified this program or initiative as follows: Blueprints for Healthy Youth Development: Not applicable. Coalition for Evidence-Based Policy: Not applicable. Cost Information No information available. References There is no Canadian reference available at this time.Hookers wants seniors looking for sex
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