Refuge City exists to provide a place of restoration and healing for male and female minors, 21 years and younger, who are victims of human trafficking and/or sexual exploitation. The organization’s work revolves around three tenants: awareness, prevention and restoration. The Refuge City Outpatient Program has as its mission to restore hope, dignity and destiny. It does this by bringing healing and aid to those rescued from trafficking, supporting their mental, physical and spiritual needs.
Alive At Last has as their mission to mobilize communities to encourage and equip survivors of sexual exploitation to build new lives.
Life in Deep Ellum is a cultural center built for the artistic, social, economic and spiritual benefit of Deep Ellum and urban Dallas. Through its four pillars of Art, Music, Commerce and Community, it strives to promote life and growth in our city through creative initiatives and strategic partnerships. Life in Deep Ellum is about a way of life, cultivating purpose and guiding people into relationship with God.
Exodus Ministries is a 501(c)(3) non-denominational Christian organization established in 1985. The ministry empowers formerly incarcerated mothers, who are reuniting with their children, to achieve a productive and fulfilling life through Jesus Christ. Female ex-offenders, from all ethnic backgrounds, who have demonstrated a willingness to make positive changes in their lives, are helped as they re-enter society after incarceration.