The Hope Project raises awareness of human trafficking and brings restoration and healing from its effects. We are in the process of opening a rehabilitative home for girls, 11 to18 years old, who have been victims of domestic sexual trafficking. The Hope Project's treatment programs will include residential and non-residential services. Our program will utilize a holistic approach to rehabilitation by providing comprehensive services to address the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects of recovery.
Hope Village is in an undisclosed location, in a beautiful and secluded area of West Michigan, with peaceful outdoor recreation areas. Hope Village will utilize a multi-disciplinary team to provide comprehensive services for sex trafficked girls in a loving environment, including counseling, life skills, education, and case management. Our vision includes an expansion to three homes at Hope Village so more victims of sex trafficking can begin their journey of restoration.
Through our awareness work, we are connecting with adult survivors of domestic minor sex trafficking. Often, these adults have gaps in life skills and challenges in healing. Because God has blessed The Hope Project with the opportunity to work with these individuals, we do so on a case-by-case basis. With each survivor, we assess their needs and identify available resources to support their path to healing.
While working to open the first home, The Hope Project raises a lot of awareness of human trafficking in the community. We speak to churches, schools, and organizations to educate the public on what human trafficking is, how to recognize it, how to prevent it, and how to get involved in the fight against it. If people do not know human trafficking is a problem, then they will be unable to stop it. If you would like The Hope Project to speak at your church, club, school, business, or other event, please contact our office: email@example.com or call 231-747-8555.
The Hope Project is a 501(c)3 faith based non-profit organization, so your donations are tax-deductible.