Many women I’ve supported may look like a prostitute — but the truth is that they are often screaming for help from the inside, as they try to survive on the streets. My nonprofit, the HER Resiliency Center (HER), has led a street outreach team in Washington, D.C., for more than three years, and has been doing the same work in Baltimore for the past year. Our approach is to go into the community and talk to everyone.
- CTIPP Partner Spotlight: Natasha Guynes, Her Resiliency Center
- Former Sex Worker Worries Mosby’s Policy on Prostitution Is Hurting Women on the Streets
- Opinion: Baltimore Needs Strong, Imaginative Leaders Who Understand the Challenges of Women on the Margins – Maryland Matters, By: Natasha Guynes
- ‘They’re Not Looking at the Whole Picture’ | Concerns over Mosby’s Prosecution Policy – Fox45 News
- Hidden Gems: Meet Natasha Guynes of Her Resiliency Center – Baltimore Voyage