The Samaritan Women Institute for Shelter Care is a national initiative that seeks to build up a stronger, more stable, research-proven, and peer-supported landscape of service providers who can serve the needs of survivors.

INSTITUTE OBJECTIVES:

    • Advance and conduct quality research about residential care for traumatized populations
    • Train and equip allied agencies, community organizations, frontline professionals, and local congregations and ministries to respond compassionately and effectively to those who have been victimized
    • Guide the establishment of effective, viable residential service providers across the U.S. through a shelter-planting and mentoring model
    • Provide on-going mentorship and collegial support to established shelter programs

The Samaritan Women Institute for Shelter Care is a national initiative that seeks to build up a stronger, more stable, research-proven, and peer-supported landscape of service providers who can serve the needs of survivors.

INSTITUTE OBJECTIVES:

    • Advance and conduct quality research about residential care for traumatized populations
    • Train and equip allied agencies, community organizations, frontline professionals, and local congregations and ministries to respond compassionately and effectively to those who have been victimized
    • Guide the establishment of effective, viable residential service providers across the U.S. through a shelter-planting and mentoring model
    • Provide on-going mentorship and collegial support to established shelter programs

Transitional and restorative shelter programs for women recovering from domestic sex trafficking.

We  reach out and help other agencies, who will then be able to reach more victims.

ABOLITIONISTS for victims of domestic sex trafficking since 2007

The Samaritan Women’s mission is to glorify GOD by seeking justice, reconciliation, and healing.  We fulfill our mission through:

Operating transitional and restorative shelter programs for women recovering from domestic human trafficking.  Our program emphasis is on life-rebuilding, personal accomplishments,  social re-entry, and spiritual reconciliation.

Inspiring people–inside and outside of the Church–to engage in combating domestic human trafficking through awareness, prevention, service, and advocacy.  We provide the education and tools for them to do this work.

The Samaritan Women’s mission is to glorify GOD by seeking justice, reconciliation, and healing.