a mission of hope
UnBound opened the Hope House in May of 2015 as a long-term aftercare housing program for survivors of sex trafficking. The mission of the Hope House is to journey with women who have been sexually exploited as they receive freedom through the love of Jesus that will empower them to impact our city and world. The Hope House is committed to bring hope and a future to survivors of sexual exploitation.
Long term aftercare is one of the greatest areas of need in ending sex trafficking in Seattle. On average, there are less than 15 beds per night available to women who want to leave "the life." The Hope House provides up to two years of free shelter, mental health counseling, case management, life skills training, and access to medical care, education, job training, and other resources for four adult women.
healing and freedom
When reflecting on her time at the Hope House, one woman said "I now know that my past does not define my future." At the Hope House, this woman reconnected with her family members, overcame a drug addiction, and secured a full time job and independent living situation upon leaving.
In the short year the Hope House has been open, other women like her have healed from decades of trauma and abuse, overcome drug addictions, rebuilt relationships with family members, secured full time jobs, and encountered God's love.
When survivors of sexual exploitation receive the support and treatment they need, they can lead healthy, fulfilling lives.
you have a role
The Hope House is one of the few places in the Seattle where a survivor of sexual exploitation could go for consistent shelter and support. You are needed in the fight to end sex trafficking in our city and help the community heal from its devastating impacts. Your contribution will make it possible for women in the Hope House to heal in a safe, supportive, and healthy environment.
A contribution of $50 covers the cost of one woman staying in the Hope House for one day. Will you give today?
For more information about applying to the Hope House, call 206-486-2886.