Hope for Exploited Girls

Restored’s hope is to provide services, outreach and education to young girls between the ages of 11-24 whom have been victimized by domestic sex trafficking and sexual exploitation.

Restored will combat cultural trends and ignorance that continue to let human trafficking become more prevalent and readily used within the American culture. We believe that restoration comes from Christ alone who gives freely, that’s why our heartbeat is found in Isaiah 55:1.

“Come, all you who are thirsty, come to the waters; and you who have no money, come, buy and eat! Come buy wine and milk without money and without cost”. Isaiah 55:1

Victim Services

Restored provides the following services to girls and young women victimized by sex trafficking and sexual exploitation:

  • Trauma Informed Outreach Case Management
  • Emergency Housing Referrals
  • Trauma Counseling/PTSD
  • Legal Services
  • Safety Planning
  • Food/Clothing
  • Individualized Services
  • Medical

Training & Awareness

Tracy McDaniel is the Founder/CEO of Restored. As a core member of the Indiana Protection for Abused Trafficked Humans (IPATH) task force, McDaniel formulates statewide strategies to address domestic and international human trafficking through victim services, law enforcement coordination, and awareness. McDaniel also partners with the Indiana State Government, non-profit leaders, community members, and local, state and federal law enforcement to provide victim and outreach services. Leadership Effectiveness Analysis (LEA) certified, McDaniel has developed and trained law enforcement, youth providers, probation officers, and more in an effort to help create public awareness of these issues.

Prevention & Education

Human Trafficking Prevention & Education:
Youth and Youth Workers

Human Trafficking Screening

Human Trafficking Identification:
Screening Tool & Report

Warning Signs & Traits of Trafficking

Young girls are commonly trafficked in strip clubs, truck stops, hotel rooms, and online.

  • Chronic runaway
  • Homelessness
  • Significantly older boyfriend
  • Calls boyfriend “daddy”
  • Travels with older male who is not her guardian
  • Specially marked tattoos; “branding”
  • Unexplained and sudden changes in attire or material possessions
  • Makes reference to frequent travel to other cities
  • Substance abuse
  • Signs of trauma (physical and other)
  • Multiple delinquent charges