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Introducing Our 

Emergency Housing
Addition for Women in Crisis

Why Emergency Housing?

Emergency housing for survivors is a pressing need within the anti-trafficking sphere. There are just over 200 long-term shelters in the U.S., but only about 12 or 13 offer emergency housing services.* The largest shelter of its kind can accommodate 16 beds within two emergency housing locations combined. Most houses typically have between 3 and 6 beds, indicating that there are fewer than 100 beds available in the U.S. for trafficking survivors seeking immediate safety and shelter.

Through research and experience in the field, we’ve also learned that many victims don’t recognize the exploitative nature of their circumstances. Constantly in survival mode, initially, many of them might seek assistance for the immediate, visible effects of their situation—homelessness, addiction, the need for food relief, or other. The full understanding of their situation and its effects often comes to light only when they are in a safe and supportive environment.

Help the same day survivors reach out for help

Options for long-term care and referrals

Established staff structure and seven-year experience supporting survivors

*Based on discussions with Rescue America and The National Institute for ShelterCare.

Short-Term Care vs Long-Term Care

  • Motivation: Seeking short-term help and safety through an immediate crisis.

  • Need: Quick help, Safe place to stay now.

  • Services Provided: Safe place to stay with food, clothes, other necessities; Staff to encourage through the crisis; offer resources for her next step.

Give the Gift of Safety

We're launching our emergency housing addition with 6 beds for the first 6 months, and gradually increasing to 10 to 12 beds. The financial commitments we outline here are directly tied to delivering exceptional care to our residents, covering everything from facilities, intake/departure, curriculum, medical expenses, meals, special events, and transportation, to program supplies and payroll.

Yearlong Haven

$52,836 sponsors one bed that can offer safety and options 365 days.

1 Bed, 30 Days

$4,403 covers the cost of one bed for one month.

Full Stay

$8,806 fully funds one 60-day emergency housing stay.

Sponsor one safe night for $150!


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