Hope for Justice has been developing innovative programs that assist survivors of sex trafficking in Cambodia.
We have five holistic programs. These include an assessment center for female survivors (all ages) and a 4-part restorative care program for female survivors under 18.
Our programs address survivors’ complex needs and provide a continuum of care from rescue until reintegration into mainstream society.
“Hope for Justice builds a bridge to opportunities, programs and systems that give each girl control over her life and the tools to realize her dreams.”
International Programme Operations Director
RESCUE IS A PROCESS,
NOT AN EVENT.
The Lighthouse opens its door to survivors on the very day they’re rescued for young girls aged 1-18, rescued from sex trafficking across Southeast Asia.
At the Hope for Justice Dream Home we provide girls rescued from trafficking aged 13-18 with a safe, loving, full-time place to live.
The Hope for Justice STAR House is a step-down program for young women reintegrating to life on their own from shelter programs in Cambodia.
The Bridge Project serves to rebuild, strengthen and restore the relationship of the survivor and her family, building community and society.
At the Hope for Justice Shine Career School we offer intensive high school tutoring and classes for rescued girls in any career field they choose.