We value safety, hope, recovery, empowerment, independence and community.


Our primary goal is to continue raising funds for the ongoing costs associated with our front-line housing property that opened in February, 2018.

We aim to eventually open up more housing properties to allow for accomodation of more survivors of human trafficking and will need the funding to cover those costs at that point.

To create more on-going partnerships with local organizations that compliment or support the mission we have.


Promote awareness of the special needs of sexually exploited/trafficked young women.

Provide recovery programming which contributes to improved interpersonal and emotional skills for program participants. These classes range from focusing on emotional and relational health, fun and creativity, and academics.