The HER Refuge is a safe home located in Montana that provides a loving, home-like environment for women who are vulnerable or seeking safety after sexual exploitation. Each resident is provided with the option of long term housing, safety, and stability. We seek to assess each woman stepping into the home individually, evaluating unique needs based on her trauma, experiences, and personal gifts.
Services that these women receive through the HER Refuge are meant to help them lead a life of independence, stepping into their true identity and hope for a beautiful future.
Goals of the HER Refuge holistic restoration program Are:
Provide a loving, home-like environment for physical and emotional safety so that clear decisions can be made for a hopeful future.
Provide consistency in relationship and structure so that participants can become more stable and increase their capabilities & competencies.
Expose participants to opportunities to explore and grow in faith.
Provide holistic methods for healing of the body, mind, soul, & spirit.
Case mangers and safe home providers, please contact us at 406-598-5674 for safe home availability.
HER CAMPAIGN HOPE LINE
If you are being or have been exploited and are seeking help, please call our Hope Line at 844-765-HOPE.
Equipping a trauma-informed care community through workshops and trainings. Click below to sign up for our upcoming workshops.
REACHING THE VULNERABLE & SEXUALLY EXPLOITED - LUNCHEON @ FAITH CHAPEL | July 27th
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An online marketplace and locally resourced clothing in Montana and inspirational products that spread the message of hope and healing while also providing funding for safe houses.
HER HOPE LINE
A community of volunteers and mentors coming alongside survivors in the healing journey.
A direct phone line for victims currently being exploited and survivors of sexual abuse and exploitation reaching out to talk to caring volunteers, receiving hope and encouragement and seeking information for the journey to healing.
Contact our HER Hope line