Our Program

House of Hope will be for biological women age 18 + who have experienced sexual exploitation and are seeking lasting change and hope for the future.

Residents will have completed a restorative program within the past year before residing at House of Hope.

Through trauma and survivor-informed leadership, House of Hope will take a holistic approach to restoration, which involves our relationship with God, others, and ourselves.

House of Hope will provide residents with opportunities to:

  • Build healthy relationships
  • Engage in community
  • Develop life skills to enable independence
  • Demonstrate work readiness skills
  • Have exposure to God’s truth and love
  • Follow Jesus

This nurturing and accepting environment, paired with resources and support to live empowered transformed lives, will prepare our residents for the future.

House of Hope will not be:

  • An emergency shelter.
  • A treatment facility (We will not treat conditions such as eating disorders, severe depression or anxiety, or other severe trauma-induced behaviors).
  • A drug recovery program (All residents must be drug-free. We will not be providing therapy for those experiencing new, ongoing, or recurring addictions).