Rescuing... with immediate crisis placement at Home4Hope.
Restoring... spiritual, emotional, mental, & physical well-being.
Renewing... with a healthy, strategic direction for the future.
Releasing... into a new life, free to live as God intends.
Our vision is to give survivors a protective environment that offers a therapeutic program designed specifically to address their trauma. This will provide stability to address and heal the trauma of sex trafficking and build skills that will allow them to grow into an effective and powerful contributor to society.
Our staff is a team of gifted individuals functioning in roles from Program Management to Counselors, Trainers and Housemoms. Our Advisory Board members are a group of local, passion-driven men and women who bring a vast amount of experience working with survivors and overall organizational operation. We work under the auspices of Atascadero Foursquare Church.
We focus on three main areas throughout our program: spiritual development, education, and work training. We also help our residents in many other aspects of life, including community and personal development. Our goal is that each young woman with us will have hope restored and her purpose fulfilled by experiencing the life-changing power of Jesus.
We serve survivors of sex trafficking in California and beyond, offering a real way out. Home4Hope is a faith-based ministry, providing long-term housing and trauma recovery support to young women who have been sexually trafficked.
We believe in an integrated recovery plan, focusing on female trafficking survivors, 18 and over, which addresses the complex needs of this unique population. The structure is an 12-18 month program, with plans for transitional housing for after the resident has graduated from the program. There is no cost to residents.
Despite concerted efforts to stamp it out, human trafficking is a crime that persists around the world and in our own communities. For more information on sex trafficking or details outlining the need for residential recovery homes for those who have survived it, click here.