A woman at the Crisis Center sleeps on the floor of the overcrowded living area.
A mother watches over her children as they sleep in the Crisis Center dorm.
Women sleep in the hallway on the floor of the overcrowded Crisis Center.
A mother prepares her children's clothing
A woman awaits care in the CWCC clinic.
A bed in a common room is the only private space a family has at the CWCC.
Three meals a day are provided at CWCC.
A bed in a common room is the only personal space each family has.
Women spill out of the common room as they watch television in the evening.
Fish, vegetables and rice are offered for meals.
Meals are prepared by the women who seek shelter at the CWCC.
Because of the high level of illiteracy, medical directions must be explained carefully and monitored.
Young women make boxes as part of the vocational training.
Vocational training is part of the program at CWCC. These women are silkscreening t-shirts.
Women at the CWCC sew as part of the vocational training program. One of the projects is to make handbags for tourists.
A literacy workshop is part of the CWCC program. Pop fiction makes up most of the modest library.
The CWCC Day Care.
Chantol, the Director of CWCC, speaks with a woman who has arrived for services.
Two teens who were saved from sex trafficking share friendship at CWCC. They receive counselling and go to school.
The CWCC is in an undisclosed location and is surrounded by a brick wall. A Wat can be seen beyond the wall nearthe Day Care Center.