Whether we choose to acknowledge it or not, human trafficking is prevalent in our community, our state, our nation and across the globe today. The first Hope House Louisiana campus opened in 2013 to restore victims of the horrific abuse they have sustained. Currently, female victims, 18 and over are provided safe housing along with comprehensive trauma-informed care in an atmosphere of love, support and unconditional acceptance.

Trafficking Hope Louisiana, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, dedicated to providing human trafficking public awareness and education in the state of Louisiana.  We are affiliated with the Trafficking Hope Campaign, a national anti-trafficking organization that focuses on helping states end modern day slavery in their own communities.  We also provide quality services to rescued victims of sexual slavery through our Hope House Louisiana combining faith-based programming with researched based, best clinical practices.  A menu of additional services including GED education and workforce development are also incorporated as outlined by the individual care plan that each resident has.

The Hope House Louisiana facility is located in a rural setting that provides safety and security for the residents that reside there. It also provides a tranquil setting for healing and wellness to occur.  At Hope House Louisiana we provide a complete restoration plan for our residents. Our heart is not just to provide housing, but to offer them a holistic approach; to see them walk in physical, emotional, and spiritual freedom!

Trafficking Hope Louisiana uses the C.A.R.E.S. (Coalition, Awareness, Rescue, Education, and Services) Initiative. The C.A.R.E.S. approach is to build coalitions, promote public awareness and education, as well as provide transitional, short, and long-term care for victims of Sex Trafficking through Hope House.