Face Forward's mission is to provide emotional support and reconstructive surgery for women, children and men who have been victims of Domestic Violence, Human Trafficking or any Cruel Acts of Crime

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 Face Forward wasn’t created just to remove the physical damage caused by violence. It was created to heal people’s lives and restore their emotional health and by doing so, they have overcome various obstacles in life and with our help, they have managed to create a better future. By helping them believe that anything is possible, we have seen our patients succeed in many ways. Some have become Advocates, International Motivational Speakers, Founders of their own Non-Profit Organization and much more.

 Our professional staff and benefactor support at Face Forward continues to grow daily and is an integral part of our mission to assist victims of violence and help them find a new face and a new beginning. We welcome your support in this important task and feel confident that our work is unparalleled in importance.    

 The urgency in providing relief  to innocent individuals lies in the fact that the lasting physical and emotional effects of domestic violence and human trafficking have a documented ripple effect through generations and can affect many more than just the abused. The scars of abuse are a constant reminder of the traumatic event, causing physical and psychological pain, often times lasting much longer than the abusive event. These reminders can cause victims to feel ashamed, ostracized, and unable to fully recover. Your gifts to support Face Forward help us to provide a full service care package to aid our survivors during their surgical and counseling visits including

 Necessary: Airfare - Accommodations -Transportation - Surgery Center - Anesthesiologists - Nursing Aftercare - Medications and More          

                                     Every Dollar makes a difference in the lives of our survivors!