Our faith-based program is designed to walk each girl through the process of coming to terms with their pain and empowering them in their healing. We equip them and their support network with enough tools to continue their healing journey in a healthy way.
Our house is truly a HOME where survivors have the space to begin their lifelong healing journey. We serve teenage girls from all over the United States, ages 12 through 17, who are survivors of sex trafficking. Our relationships with our community, FBI agents, courts, local law enforcement and guardian ad litems in the state of Colorado have connected us with these survivors and continue to align with us in the fight against sex trafficking.
Sex trafficking is defined as the use of force, fraud, or coercion to cause another to perform a commercial sex act. However, federal law informs us that any minor under the age of 18 years involved in commercial sex is considered to be a victim of sex trafficking — regardless of any indicators of force, fraud, or coercion.
Sex trafficking is highly adaptable and portrays itself differently in various cultures. Though this is not nearly a comprehensive list, here are some of the common ways sex trafficking happens in the US:
We are a faith-based program, and we believe that it is only through the hope of Christ that we find true healing. We created every aspect of Sarah’s Home to serve survivors in a supportive, encouraging, and genuine way that’s intended to help them find restoration and to reconnect to everyday life, all while raising awareness and educating our community about sex trafficking.
By hosting a Fireside Chat you are helping educate people on how to be the eyes and ears in their communities. We ask you to gather a group of people and we will come and talk about the realities of trafficking and how to help protect children.
Sex Trafficking Training
The Sarah’s Home training is a full day of diving deeper into the realities of sex trafficking in our nation. We will cover statistics, vulnerable populations, the effects of complex trauma and how we at Sarah’s Home address these issues through our holistic approach.
Parent Training Weekend
Our goal is familial unity and healing. Inspired by this idea, the bimonthly parent weekend provides a place for families and survivor’s support networks to come together to learn, heal, and gain experiential time applying these skills by spending time together.
From healthy relationship courses to staff and volunteers being trained in Trauma-Informed Care, our team is committed to the girls day and night, providing tools to empower them to transform unhealthy lifestyle patterns.
We address current physical needs through partnerships with medical professionals as well as preventative care through teaching healthy eating habits, physical education, and outdoor activities.
Our girls attend licensed therapy throughout their time at Sarah’s Home. With intentionality, we choose activities that are fun and enrich mental health. These include equine therapy, arts and crafts, music lessons, and more.
Through our mentorship program, we empower girls to experience healthy adult relationships and teach them the skills to build these relationships once they leave us.
Sarah’s Home has an accredited school, Aspire Academy, where our girls can continue their education and receive their high school diplomas. They also learn life skills, job skills, and financial responsibility.
It starts with education. Through education we are able to learn how to be the eyes and ears in our community so that we can all be a part of the solution. Download our free resource to learn more about sex trafficking so that you can join in the fight against it.
We set out everyday to make a positive impact on the lives of those around us, knowing that with each survivor who walks through our doors, we are impacting generations to come.
Reconnect: Our survivors are averaging a 90% on their test scores through our accredited school, Aspire Academy.
Committed to making a difference. We are a licensed residential home on the front range of Colorado for girls ages 12 through 17 who are survivors of sex trafficking. We offer healing, education, restoration, and reconnection for survivors of the forced commercial sex trade.
Sarah’s home is not just a group home, they are family. Everyone there is always caring. If it wasn’t for Sarah’s Home I don’t know if I would have found my self-worth or even figured out that my family loves me. Sarah’s Home is a wonderful place to find yourself and make a family. I have been away from Sarah's Home for about 2-3 years and I still talk to everyone that works there. For them, it is not a job it is a calling. The staff are wonderful people who are always there for you and watch out for your well-being. Many people get scared when they hear a place is a Christian home, but I can tell you that I was able to finally realize that I have an eternal family that is not blood-related. I thank my Heavenly Father every day for the staff, they are my family. When I struggle my mom knows and the first thing she asks me is if I have called or talked to someone from Sarah's Home. I love the staff with all my heart and they will always be family.
My experience with working side by side with Sarah's Home was .... empowering. I felt very supported and loved in a very nonjudgmental way. The ladies at Sarah's Home were more than willing to put their own lives aside and come together to save not only my beloved daughter but me as well. There is an overwhelming sense of commitment, determination, and abounding love for all of us involved. God's love and mercy are shown in each one of the ladies working to rescue children. I felt empowered by the wise words of all involved. There were many opportunities for knowledge and many of those willing to teach me not only about the trafficking of children but how God's love shines upon us all even when we don't feel we deserve it. All the women of Sarah's Home inspired me and motivated me to be a better person. THANK YOU ALL!!!