Fields of Hope has been working with survivors of Domestic Sex Trafficking in our Job Skills/Empowerment Program since July of 2012. The program helps females not only in our Hope House residential program, but also those in the community that need it.
"My name is D. and I have been a Hope House resident for a little more than a year and a half. I have grown here more than I have in my whole life. They taught me to diminish my doubts and push through to reach any goal that I have. I learned to see the good in every bad situation and have a smile on my face at the end of the day. I learned here that I can do what I want to do as long as I believe in myself and have faith in the Lord. Most importantly, I learned about the love of Jesus Christ. Coming into this house I had no interest in religion or any type of God. I wanted to do what I had to do and move on to the next phase of my life. But He, like always, had a different and much better plan for me. I have been able to save $1,700 by working with the fellowship at Fields of Hope! I am saving to buy my first car. I am excited about my future and I am preparing to go to college in a few months!" - FOH Fellow
"I was so happy to receive my first paycheck from Fields of Hope. I have been struggling with bills and getting behind. This is a blessing!"- FOH Fellow
"I wish there was a program like Fields of Hope when I was getting out of the life." - Survivor/FOH Mentor