Ascent 121

Carmel, IN

Founded: 2013

Tel: (317) 759-0067

Website: http://Ascent121.org

Top LeaderMs. Megan McGuire

Donor Contact: Mrs. Kellie Leeper

Member Since: October 1, 2018


Financial Data

Revenue  
   Cash Donations $506,781
   Noncash Donations $7,264
   Other Revenue $538,037
   Total Revenue $1,052,082
Expenses  
   Total Expenses $898,899
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
$153,183
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
$153,183
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Total Assets $811,122
Total Liabilities $24,872
Net Assets $786,250
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Survivors of commercial sexual exploitation present with unique needs for clinical support where continuity is vital. Successful intervention requires both rapid and long-term interventions to help the youth resist eloping or returning to their previous behavior. Much like domestic violence or substance abuse, relapse is an anticipated component of recovery. Ascent 121 programs provide a continuum of care that allows participants to move back and forth between program settings throughout their treatment process. Our continuum utilizes a multi-phase treatment approach that can be provided in multiple settings, allowing us to provide comprehensive treatment in the least restrictive setting as determined by individual risk and need. Ascent 121 staff are equipped with specialized training and supervision by experts across the country. Our continuum is comprised of four components: assessment, community based therapy, residential programming and aftercare support.

Survivors of commercial sexual exploitation present with unique needs for clinical support where continuity is vital. Each year Ascent 121 provides clinical recovery services for over a hundred central Indiana teens, including advocacy and recovery services, as well as residential and community-based clinical care. Discipleship is at the heart of our work, and we have seen God’s hand in their restoration and healing. Donate to help continue and expand these much-needed programs!
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