“You may choose to look the other way,
but you can never say again that you did not know.” - William Wilberforce
Each of us has had a defining moment in our life where we faced a choice
to either engage or look the other way.
Our team has cast a vision to see child sex trafficking eradicated in America by 2030. In order to eradicate an epidemic, we know it takes prevention and treatment. To serve and empower survivors of child sex trafficking throughout the United States, it will require a Safe House network in every state. It will also require preventing vulnerable children from being victimized through education and awareness. But the beauty is that when communities unite this becomes a solvable issue.
CEO & Co-Founder
"Standing on a hill in Costa Rica I overlooked a valley filled with tents as far as the eye could see. Each tent housed children, as young as 6, children who had been sold into the sex trade."
COO & Co-Founder
"Driving through the outskirts of Reno, I saw trailers stacked together and flashing signs promoted the sale of girls--girls that had been recruited out of the local high school because in that county prostitution is still legal."
Co-Founder & Board Member
"On a mission’s trip to South Africa I looked into the eyes of a young girl who had been double orphaned by the AIDS epidemic and was now at risk of being trafficked."
Safe House Project is uniting communities to end domestic sex trafficking and restore hope, freedom, and a future to every survivor.
Safe House Project’s mission is two-fold: increase survivor identification beyond one percent through education and ensure every survivor has access to safe housing and holistic care by accelerating safe house capacity and development across America.
Safe housing and restorative care is critical to ending the cycle of victimization. Education is key to spotting, reporting, and ultimately, preventing trafficking.
Our vision is to see communities across America unite to end domestic sex trafficking and restore hope, freedom, and a future to every survivor.
Safe House Project Logo
The square symbol is inspired by an icon used during the Underground Railroad, where people united to set the captives free. It was a symbol of hope indicating that a captive had finally reached a Safe House on their journey to freedom!
This is not an issue that is going to be solved by one person, one organization, or one institution, but rather it is about communities uniting to stand in the gap for the vulnerable, people choosing to see the issue, and lives being transformed.
Thank you for being part of bringing hope, freedom, and a future to survivors.