Men's Accountability

Stopping Sexual Exploitation

Stopping Sexual Exploitation: a Program for Men is a non-judgmental program based on principles of social justice and personal transformation that’s designed to help men understand their behavior and promote their own decisions to not buy sex. The program is a 10-week small group that examines the factors that prevent men from living fully engaged lives.


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Men's Accountability Community

The Men’s Accountability Community (MAC) is a group of men who are committed to repairing harm from gender-based violence for others and ourselves. We do this by fostering a healthy community where we can encourage personal growth through accountable relationships.

Men Engaging Men to End Violence

Men Engaging Men to End Violence (MEMEV) empowers men to become allies in the fight against sex trafficking. Trained facilitators work to create a safe space in which community members feel comfortable discussing healthy relationships, violence prevention, and both social and personal responsibility. Research shows that violence prevention programs that engage bystanders and empower community members are more likely to be successful than those that are designed specifically for potential victims. During MEMEV, attendees strengthen their critical thinking skills and develop realistic, actionable solutions for the problem of sex trafficking and sexual violence overall.