Voices of Abolition and Victim Services
Jeanne Allert from The Samaritan Women discusses Abolition and Victim Services at the Christian Abolitionists Event – Museum of the Bible, October 10, 2018
Jeanne L. Allert – The Samaritan Women
Jeanne Allert founded and currently directs The Samaritan Women, a national faith-based organization providing restorative and graduate care for survivors of domestic sex trafficking. Jeanne is chief architect behind The Samaritan Women’s care model and spends a great deal of time educating medical, social work and mental health professionals about the unique needs of trafficking victims. She is a graduate of the FBI Citizen Academy, a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors, on the National Advisory Board for Crimes Against Women, and her work has been featured in numerous articles and in the 2015 documentary “In Plain Sight.” Committed to raising up a network of qualified shelter programs across the nation, she is currently working on the second iteration of a national study of trafficking shelter programs and pursuing a Masters in Church Ministries.