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A front door with the words "welcome home" painted on the outside.

Courage House

Courage House is a long-term, trauma-informed therapeutic residential home for minor female victims of sex trafficking.


It is a place of restoration.

What is Courage House?

Courage House is not just a structure or a building, a program or an approach; it is a place where hope is given, healing is offered, and lives are restored. It is a community of girls and young women who not only share a similar past, but now share the common purpose of finding their true identity and fulfilling their destiny while embarking on a journey of healing.

A photo of Courage House Moshi with a water well to the right of the building.

Our Program Design

We offer a comprehensive, holistic approach, encompassing each resident's own unique physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual needs. Each campus is a safe house—a community where survivors can learn to be a family, and how to have and participate in healthy relationships.

Each resident creates a Unique Life Plan with her counselor, designed to provide the survivor with a say in her future, an individually designed pathway toward healing.

But Does It Work?

Courage House is designed as a long-term program, a minimum of 12 months, to provide extensive, daily, trauma-focused services. The need for long-term treatment is due to the severity of trauma and manipulation each resident has experienced. This level of exploitation takes an extensive amount of time to work through and overcome.

Architect Rendering of Courage House Cottage Model

An architect's rendering of a cottage that would be built for a future Courage House.
An architect's rendering of a campus that would be built for a future Courage House.
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