THE SAFE HOUSE PROJECT
Victims need a safe place to recover from the effects of human trafficking and find a way to turn their pain into purpose. We plan to create a 12-month, 10-bed safe house program in Sonoma County to give women, 18 and older, the space to recover and rebuild their lives.
SUPPORTING OUR GROWTH
Our current programs are supported by donations from businesses and individuals in our community and volunteer efforts by board members and survivors. Our board members work tirelessly spreading the word to victims, local officials and the community at-large about the devastation of trafficking and ways to end it. With additional funding, Redemption House of the Bay Area can hire full and part-time staff and make the Safe House Project a reality.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
REDEMPTION HOUSE OF THE BAY AREA
2751 4th Street,
Santa Rosa, CA 95405
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
Elizabeth Quiroz's new memoir, Purified in the Flame is about her testimony and how she was able to break from and overcome the effects of human trafficking, addiction, incarceration and a broken foster care system. She is now using her pain for purpose, and showing other survivors that they, too, can use their voice to make a difference.