INDIANAPOLIS — A local non-profit that works with survivors of human trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation opened a new space on the city’s east side.
On Wednesday, Ascent 121 hosted an open house for people to understand their work and meet staff members.
The group moved to their new office last November for more space to do a variety of programs.
The renovated office includes therapy rooms, a sensory room, dance studio, art therapy space and a fully equipped kitchen for vocational skills.
Every year, the agency provides services to more than a hundred central Indiana teens ages 8 to 24.