Bakhita House for women in transition. Sponsored by the Boston Inter-Community Ministries is a safe/transition house located in the greater Boston area offering hospitality and a safe, caring environment to women over the age of 18 years of age who are probably victims of human trafficking. The Bakhita community creates an environment that assists guests to rebuild their lives in a community setting.
617-501-9398 Peggy Cummins, SNDdeN Peggy.Cummins@sndden.org
Mary’s Guest House – focuses on the urgent need of appropriate shelter for women victims of human trafficking, 18 and over. The ultimate goal is to help the guests rebuild their lives and become self-reliant or to return to their families. The shelter provides a safe, homelike environment in which mentors accompany guests and support them in their struggles, hopes and dreams. Collaboration with a variety of services, made available to guests, strengthens the program and better prepares guests for employment and independent living.
S. Judy Sheridan SMSM firstname.lastname@example.org
Life Way Network Safe Housing Program – provides safe housing for women survivors of human trafficking and a caring recovery from their trauma.
718-779-8075 Lifeway Network email@example.com
Sisters in Shelter (SIS) – provides education and awareness about human trafficking to first responders and the general public; also provides critical first needs for women survivors of human trafficking, emergency safe housing, medical care, safety planning and legal advocacy; will provide and/or partner with organizations to have transitional housing to aid in the long term recovery of these survivors.
Dawn’s Place – residential program for women who have been trafficked , prostituted, or pimped.
Work with New Jersey Homeland Security to provide safe havens for victims.
845-359-5600 x150 firstname.lastname@example.org
Wings of Refuge – Iowa is a Christ Centered restorative house that focuses on the restoration of survivors of domestic sex trafficking.
Hope Rising – provides a safe, supportive residential environment in which survivors of human trafficking can recover with the help of trained professional, thoroughly developed programs and continuous support. A key focus is to help survivors enhance their self-sufficiency skills by addressing health needs,managing recovery, and pursuing vocational and educational interests. The primary goal is to ensure that when persons leave Hope rising, they have the knowledge, confidence and job skills to establish themselves successfully in whatever community they choose to reside.
207- 239-5633 email@example.com http://www.hoperisingme.com
Magdelene House – St. Louis accommodates survivors of substance abuse and commercial sexual exploitation with a variety of services including intensive case management, assessment, group therapy, trauma therapy, medical and dental care, vocational training, and substance abuse treatment.
314-339-5216 firstname.lastname@example.org www.magdalenestl.org