Be a part of transformative change in the life of the ONE!
YOU can be a part of the Lord’s provision for:
- The ONE that is traumatized.
- The ONE that is oppressed.
- The ONE that is in desperate need of safety.
- The ONE that Jesus wants to meet!
The women we serve have seen the worst that life has to offer: once victims of sexual exploitation, trafficking, rape, drug addiction, homelessness, and more are able to find hope and healing through the trauma-informed care provided by the staff at Refuge for Women. We have seen residents move from darkness, void and being without hope to beginning a healing journey that provides light, life and hope of a future.
Help us spread the word
One of the best ways you can support Refuge for Women Kentucky is to spread the word to your friends and family. Help us get the word out about the ONE Campaign by sharing this page and using #TheRefugeOne and #RefugeForWomen.
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Here are four simple ways you can get involved with Refuge For Women and help us end human trafficking:
Learn about sex trafficking
Educate yourself and others about the warning signs and how to spot it in your community. This knowledge is powerful and can help save lives.
Donate to our ministry
Your generous contribution will go directly towards providing long-term care for women who have been trafficked and exploited.
Shop Survivor Made
Our social enterprise teaches women skills like creating leather goods and candles. By purchasing their products, you support their journey to healing and freedom.
Volunteer your time
We are always in need of volunteers to help with administrative tasks, events, fundraising opportunities, and more. Give your time and talents to help further our mission.
Integrated: Living Beyond The Sex Trade
In this book, Deanna address some of the biggest fears that survivors face. These fears include pressing questions, such as what happens when people find out about your past? Anxiety at being found out by people like a boss, peers, or even a significant other and their family plagues many who are trying to picture their happily even after story.
My great hope in the endeavor of creating this book is that what I share might help normalize what you are experiencing in your transition. May you be encouraged to keep pressing forward on the journey.