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Address: Chicago, Illinois, United States
Countries served: United States
Geographic scope: National

Phone: 773-384-2200
Email: [email protected]
Facebook: ChicagoDreamCenter
Twitter: @ChiDreamCenter
EIN (Guidestar profile): 20-3107540

Type: Anti-trafficking
Status: Active
Faith-based: Yes
Adult focused (NSFW): No
Sex work positive: No
Female led: No
Sex worker led: No

About Chicago Dream Center

Chicago Dream Center was founded to address poverty and homelessness in Chicago with Faith Based themes and has aggressively entered the Anti Trafficking arena as of 2014.

The Chicago Dream Center is actively involved in advocacy, housing & recovery for sex trafficking victims

ADVOCACY and AWARENESS _ we host conferences, trainings, and workshops to community groups and churches as well as work directly with courts to advocate on behalf of our clients

OUTREACH and RESCUE _ Rose of Sharon conducts weekly outreach to those being trafficked on the streets of Chicago and neighboring communities. Our vision is to expand to conduct outreach to those being trafficked at strip clubs, massage parlors, online and hotels.

RECOVERY and HOUSING SUPPORT _ we offer a two year residential recovery program with the goal of restoring hope to those who are sexually exploited.

Public facts about Chicago Dream Center

No revenue to report – No 990’s filed with IRS although required to do so.

People involved with Chicago Dream Center

No Staff or Board Members Listed Publicly

Rose of Sharon

New Life for Women

Faith Initiative Against Human Trafficking (FIGHT)

Sex work focus for Chicago Dream Center

Street Escort

Sex worker demographics focus for Chicago Dream Center

Female Trafficked


Prison Ministries

Services offered by Chicago Dream Center


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