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Human Trafficking destroys lives. Rethreaded exists to restore choice, eliminate vulnerabilities to exploitation and break the cycle of generational trauma for survivors of human trafficking by providing employment, career development, and supportive services.

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Jul 15 2024

We all struggle, so let’s stop hiding it.

Discover the power of vulnerability as Rethreaded’s Founder, Kristin Keen, and supporter Chris Shee discuss their struggles with anxiety, depression, and shame in episode thirteen of the...
Jul 02 2024

Threading Together Work and Meaning: Travis Williams’ Inspiring Tale

The Rethreading Lives podcast shares inspiring stories of resilience, purpose, and personal growth. Hosted by Kristin Keen, founder of Rethreaded, this podcast explores how we can overcome adversity...
Jun 27 2024

You are worthy of good things

In this episode of the Rethreading Lives podcast, Kristin tells a story about a survivor who was living on a porch, with no expectation that she could be living anywhere else. When Kristin talked to...
Jun 18 2024

Cultivating Mindful Communities

Without a supportive community that makes us feel safe to experiment, or which holds us accountable when we return to unproductive coping mechanisms, it’s extremely difficult to attain mindfulness...