Our newest and first formal project in the US is federally funded to provide services to Afghan Sexual Assault Survivors. Our project consciously engages our participants, so they can become independent healthy adults , and productive residents of society. We will identify various healing modalities, in which we will teach them how to regulate themselves and empower themselves. Over half of the women in United States and 1 in 3 men have experienced sexual violence. 1 in 6 women have been victims of attempted, and, or complete rape. We should recognize this as a public health issue. It is only through collective solutions and long term planning; we can begin to solve this issue. Our project will strengthen the community’s response by focusing on a vulnerable population that is not even part of the mainstream conversation yet. Our project provides culturally specific trauma informed services by giving them the knowledge and tools to live better lives and to propagate the information further into their communities.