To support women in healing from the trauma of sexual exploitation and in achieving independence by providing an established residential home, trauma-informed practices, and life-enhancing skills.
BMH is a two-year, rent-free program, based on a communal living model. This program prioritizes safety, empowering individual wholeness and offering life-enhancing skills. Bakhita Mountain Home offers an opportunity for adult, female identifying survivors of sex trafficking to continue to heal and grow individually while connecting to a supportive community. BMH provides support for ongoing goal development and attainment. Individuals have full control of the choices and goals set here at BMH. Their voice is the most important in directing each step of their healing journey. They can enhance employment and career goals, start and/or finish educational goals, volunteer in the community, and most importantly take space to focus on themselves.
Can support 5 survivors at a time. Survivor determines how long they need to stay at Bakhita, but welcome to stay up to two years, rent free with all basic needs met. This program prioritizes safety, empowering individual wholeness and offering life-enhancing skills.
ONLY serves adult female identifying over the age of 18
Sober community, no minor children can live there, no pregnant residents