A New Beginning
A Safe Home to Rest, Restore & Relaunch
The Residential Program is a holistic approach to restoration. Survivors, who have had everything stolen from them, get the stability and rest they need to dream again! While in our program, survivors are equipped with the wrap around services and resources they need to be free. They can also accomplish goals they never knew were possible to tackle – things like getting their GED, reconnecting with their children and family, getting driver’s license and even learning to swim. 87% of survivor graduates of our Residential Program do not return to “the life.”
"This is the first time I've slept in a bed in over a year. I am so grateful for Selah Freedom giving me a new start."
-Selah Freedom Survivor
First, survivors enter the Rest Phase, which allows them to reflect and decide if they are prepared to move forward with stepping into the new life Selah Freedom offers.
The second phase is the Restore Phase, where women receive a personalized education plan, medical aid, trauma therapy, job placement, case management and restorative services. They also have the opportunity to build healthy and safe relationships that will follow them into their final stage of the program.
The final stage is the Relaunch Phase, in which survivors receive individualized planning and assistance with living independently, career goals and continued support. Selah Freedom is there with them every step of the way through their transformation!
Selah Freedom is not a crisis center or shelter, but is a long-term solution for 18+ American survivors of sex trafficking and/or exploitation. If a survivor is ready to start a new life outside of what they have known, Selah Freedom is the perfect place to start.
Survivor Intake Phone Number
The intake line operates during weekday business hours and if you reach the voicemail, you should always leave a message. Your phone call will be returned within 24 hours on the following business day. Callers to the intake phone will be connected with an Outreach Support Specialist and a needs assessment will be completed and referrals made based on identified needs. The safety and anonymity of each survivor is of utmost importance, therefore callers can be assured that all information shared will be treated with discretion and confidentially.