A Letter to my Future Self

Written by a Restored Wings Resident Dear future me, Before jail, I was in prostitution. I don’t miss that life. It was hard. When I went to jail I asked God to show me where he wants me to go. I was lost and scared. I didn’t want to go back to that life. The […]

Year-End Gift

Make your year-end gift to Rejuvenating Women’s Recovery Housing Program! We can’t help those who are recovering from human trafficking without our donors.

Karpman’s Triangle

Karpman Drama Triangle and Sex Trafficking Survivors

Most sex trafficking service providers are made up of a team of people who have an empathetic desire to help those who are hurting. Individuals…

Physical and Psychosocial Signs of Potential Human Trafficking Victims

We often train the community based on our experiences working directly with human trafficking survivors. Sometimes, it is difficult for the public to grasp the multitude of issues human trafficking survivors can present with when they come into the Restored Wings Program. Our presentation includes a list of physical and psychosocial signs of potential trafficking victims, and a list of short and long-term effects of trafficking. We did not pull these from a website – every single issue on these lists are from our experiences working with trafficking survivors.

“Help Her”

You help her get from a place of hopelessness to a place of Freedom. A place of Joy and a place of Independence.

Three Needs for the Restored Wings Program

One: Gas Gift Cards The Restored Wings Program runs from roughly 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM Monday thru Thursday. During this time, residents are participating in group therapy, individual therapy, life-skills classes, and going to medical appointments. The program is formatted to create structure, which is extremely important during the early stages of healing. While […]

Little Life Choices Add Up To Big Life Change

Major life change, especially when considering a long-term program like ours, is going to be overwhelming and scary. However, if we can help new residents focus on the small choices and on their day-to-day instead of their “months down the road,” life does not seem so scary or overwhelming.