Economically empowering women and girls since 2009.

Our Why

“In the United States, there are over one million people experiencing human trafficking, a reality often overlooked.”

- Global Slavery Index (Read Article)

"42% of youths in juvenile justice placement are Black, despite Black Americans constituting only 15% of all youths in the United States."

- The Sentencing Project (Read Article)


“Texas ranks second in the nation for human trafficking cases.”

Upbring (read here)

“The Dallas-Fort Worth region accounts for 35% of the state’s commercial sexual exploitation cases even though they only have 26% of the state’s entire population.” 

Human Trafficking Courts (read here)

Our Programs

Nomi Network currently operates one site in Dallas, Texas, serving youth aged 13 to 22 who are survivors or highly at risk of human trafficking and exploitation. We aim to socially and economically empower them to build their social capital by addressing barriers, building confidence and agency, and creating networks of safety and support.

Education and Career Exploration Program:

  • Life skills learning opportunities
  • Workforce readiness
  • Creation of supportive networks
  • Wrap-around services to address barriers
  • Job placement and retention

Tara’s Story

Watch Tara’s story to see how Nomi Network graduates are writing their own futures.

Our US Team

Director of U.S. Programs
Senior Corporate Partnership Manager
Program Manager
Program Assistant
Senior Program Outreach Coordinator
Senior Program Engagement Associate
LMSW, Social Worker
Workforce Trainer

Program Quotes

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