We are building a long-term recovery program specifically designed for sexually exploited and trafficked women and their children on a working sustainable farm.  We are utilizing the program material from the SA Foundation — an organization that has specialized in this area for over 27 years.  Their program has a tried and proven success rate of over 70%.  We will be establish this program on a working sustainable farm — the farm will serve as the context of emotional and spiritual healing as well as a place for development of life-skills.


As Christians, we believe that God takes desecrated people and restores them with hope because he has done that for us. We see these women, not as the transported, disconnected, adrift, and traded commodities — which they were — but as women that have divine beauty; a value that was so important that it was woven into the genealogy of Jesus Christ. We believe it is our role to hold that value for them until they can see it themselves. They are women of sacred roots.

Vision Oak
“Healing is impossible in loneliness; it is the opposite of loneliness. Conviviality is healing. To be healed we must come with all the other creatures to the feast of Creation.
— Wendell Berry, The Art of the Commonplace: The Agrarian Essays


The problem

There are not enough long-term recovery homes for women who need a new start. We believe that healing takes time and space.  Without a chance for real change, the cycle of oppression continues.

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The Solution

We are creating a sustainable farm to serve as the context of healing for trafficked and sexually exploited women. We are utilizing a specifically-designed program that is being used in seven countries with a success rate of over 70 percent. As Christians, we know that these women are worth a quality program.  It is our role walk this path and we ask you to join us.

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