Through survivor-led programs we work to end commercial sexual exploitation of children by empowering youth and their allies to fight back.
Since 2002, My Life My Choice has
Successfully trained over 11,000 service providers in Massachusetts and nationally.
Provided prevention groups to more than 2,000 girls.
Mentored over 400 girls in
Trained facilitators on our Prevention Curriculum in 29 states.
2016 –Accelerating Change Awardee from the Center for the Study of Social Policy
2016 –Social Venture Partners Boston 2016 Investee
2014 –Featured in Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn Documentary “A Path Appears”
2012 –Legislation ensured that exploited minors receive specialized services, not jail time.
2011 –Helped draft Massachusetts anti-trafficking legislation
2010 –Root Cause’s Social Innovators for the year