Advocacy

Advocacy is the most time-consuming aspect of the work of INsideOUT.  It, also, requires the most amount of funding.  Without advocacy, we simply cannot fulfill our mission of, “benefiting those impacted.”  It is important to note that EVERYTHING WE DO as an organization lends itself toward the purpose of helping those who have been impacted by human trafficking

INsideOUT uses a victim-centered, trauma informed approach to working with victims and their families. This means that the victims and their health, safety, and trauma are a first priority. We walk along side victims and their families as they navigate legal issues, treatment, and aftercare. We are able to help when they need financial assistance relating to treatment, resources, or simply a friend to talk to.

Mentorship is the cornerstone of the work we do at INsideOUT Cares.

Amanda Fisher

Executive Director/Lived experience professional

She is now leading INsideOUT Cares in a very personal mission to help prevent and educate people on the truths of human trafficking.  As the first organization in the state of Idaho to be survivor lead, Amanda brings compassion, personal understand, and faith to her work.

Mentorship

A mentor is an adult volunteer who serves on behalf of INsideOUT to invest in the life of one of our girls.  Our mentors serve a critical role in our advocacy pillar.


Each mentor submits themselves to hours of training, as well as a mandatory background check. Upon completion, they offer one-on-one support and encouragement to the girls in their care. Mentorship is a critical volunteer role, necessary to accomplishing our advocacy goals. 


Mentor Volunteer Inquiry