In 2017 Shared Hope and The Coffee Oasis (TCO), a ministry to homeless youth in the Pacific Northwest, formed a partnership that strategically places Terry’s House as part of the continuum of care for young women who have been sex trafficked or are at risk. The Coffee Oasis program will focus on young women 18-24 who are ready to transition to independent living supported by trained staff.
The beautifully renovated home is located in the Pacific Northwest, nestled among the cedars, ferns, and wildflowers of a tranquil property. Donated to Shared Hope by a Defender, it is sheltered, safe, and protected from those who trafficked and abused them, yet accessible to educational and employment opportunities. Women will receive counseling in a loving, supportive environment that offers them the chance to develop life skills and financial independence. Terry’s House is more than a 30-day recovery program, it is a place of refuge for victimized women to start over, rebuild their shattered lives, and begin to realize their dreams.
If you would like to be a part of providing a home and a hope for trafficked victims in the United States, please give to the Path to Freedom. Donate $250 or more and we will place a beautiful paver stone engraved with your name on the Path to Freedom that winds through the property as a lasting reminder to the women who will walk the path of the many, many friends supporting their journey to healing, empowerment and freedom.