Who We Are: Doma means ‘home’ in several languages. We exist to redefine ‘home’ for those whose homes have been filled with abuse, exploitation, and injustice. We believe that people and communities can be restored and rebuilt. In Columbus, Ohio, the mission of Doma is to empower survivors of sex trafficking, primarily the women in Judge Herbert’s CATCH Court (Changing Actions to Change Habits).
We believe that women who have lived in slavery should be empowered to gain freedom through economic independence. We journey with survivors of human trafficking, providing comprehensive community-based treatment programs as well employment and workforce development through Freedom a la Cart.
Read more about each initiative by clicking on the links in the left sidebar.
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