Mission Statement
Casa of Hope is a faith based non-profit established to support women victimized by sex trafficking by providing a safe place of safety, healing and education.

Our Vision:
Casa of Hope’s vision is to see that Santa Maria has its own Safe House for the young women that have been victimized by sex trafficking. We would like to provide a place to heal and recover from sexual abuse, re-enter into society, and walk proudly, becoming the person they were meant to be. The House of Hope is a Christian based organization with every expectation to help make changes in these young women’s lives.

Casa of Hope Solution:

  • Casa of Hope will be a safe place for these young women to heal, to find out who they really are with confidence and dignity.
  • Safe housing with a positive and nurturing heart/soul environment.
  • On-site learning center with high school education preparation, college preparation, and employment readiness.
  • Rehabilitation-Groups, psychotherapy and support to heal from the trauma of the sex trade.
  • Casa of Hope is committed to love and care for each and every young women in our program.

The Beginning:

CASA OF HOPE was first heart felt in 2010 when I first heard of sexual trafficking/slavery while serving as a missionary in Thailand . I pondered and prayed over it on and off for 8 years. I have always had a heart for the broken so I put it out to friends and they grabbed on including my Church Orcutt Presbyterian in Santa Maria California. It is time to take a stand and provide a long term Safe House on the central coast of California.

How You Can Help:
While we wait for our permanent Federal 501(C)3 number, we are accepting donations through Orcutt Presbyterian Church. You can donate quickly and easily by mailing a check or using your bill pay system. We will send you a receipt for your tax deductible donation. Here is the mailing address:
Orcutt Presbyterian Church
993 Patterson Rd.
Santa Maria, CA 93455

We are also in the first stages of developing a 5 bedroom house to provide and house 6 young women to come and stay long term to rehabilitate and find safe passage to a better life. We are looking for donors that have land about 10 to 12 acres with a house on it or vacant land to develop outside of Santa Maria City limits.

Please contact us if you would like to help.


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