Images of Glory, Inc.
Also, victims suffer from the “downstream effects” of sexual violence such as substance dependency and dysfunctional social behaviors.
Our Core Values
Images of Glory was the first licensed and certified Human Sex Trafficking House in the Central Florida area. Our core values have been forged by 20+ years of experience and service dedicated to victims of sexual trauma and abuse. The commitment to these core values began with Katherine Norfleet, our CEO, and runs deep through the organization.
We help our clients by offering a safe place to rest as well as health evaluations, and counseling services
We believe God’s redeeming love frees us from sin and guilt fostering real and complete forgiveness
We believe in families coming together again after being separated by sexual trauma restoring healthy relationships
Our Commitment to Excellence
CARF International accreditation demonstrates a program’s quality, transparency, and commitment to the satisfaction of the persons served. CARF International is an independent, nonprofit accreditor of health and human services.
IOG is proud to be a CARF accredited organization for our Project Liberty’s Case Management, and Outpatient Treatment Program, and the Residential Group Home Services program.
Find out more at CARF.org.
We have three strategic divisions that IOG uses to advance our mission and goals. These areas of operations are utilized to address issues resulting from sexual trauma and abuse all for the benefit of boys, girls, and their families.
About Project Liberty
The Project Liberty provides several community-base services to young men and women in our community in need of immediate assistance and training. Project Liberty includes the following services:
Therapeutic counseling, for individuals and groups, is delivered based on strength-based and trauma-informed approaches all with a client-centered focus. Through our counseling services, we promote safety, trustworthiness, transparency, peer support, collaboration, mutuality, empowerment, voice, and choice.
Case management and care coordination services are available for anyone who needs extra support and assistance in accessing formal community services and institutional resources. IOG encourages the client to take the lead in identifying their own needs as well as building and nurturing informal support networks to become their own best advocate. We provide outreach, advocacy, and robust coordination between the case manager and the client.
IOG offers Career Counseling & Training programs to support and empower the Orlando community, which includes Health & Wellness, Cosmetics, Fashion Design and Auto Mechanic training.
kids, 17 and younger, in Foster Care in Orange Co, FL in 2018
Human Trafficking cases reported nationally in 2018
Human Trafficking cases in Orlando, FL reported in 2018
children served to date by IOG; and counting
News and Upcoming Events
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Giving to Images of Glory
Thank you for your interest in donating to Images of Glory, Inc. We do need your financial support to help serve our community. We are a non-profit organization supported through the generosity of individuals, churches, foundations and businesses that care about victims of sexual trauma and support our mission. Most of the funds given to IOG each year come from individuals and organizations who are committed to making a difference in the lives of girls, boys and families in their communities. And as a non-profit, your gift may be tax-deductible.
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Images of Glory, Inc. 7480 Aloma Ave. Winter Park, FL 32792
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