This photo was taken in 2021. Several women struggling with substance abuse toured the property with us, excited about our vision for in-home care. The problem of life debilitating substance abuse for women is linked to the need for a change of environment. With us, they will have that needed change that offers positive relationships and opportunities for learning new life skills.

Shown below with her child in 2020, Zuwera succumbed to substance abuse and passed away before our home could be completed. The urgency is real.

The Grand Opening is Soon!

Our 5,800 sq. ft. home is almost ready to open and our team is preparing now to host our women. Will you help us with a donation to cover our furnishings? Thank you!

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Drug addiction for women is also often connected to the sex trade. The International Justice Mission has a headquarters in Washington D.C. and an international branch in Ghana, among other countries. They have followed our progress and will refer women in need to us. Our goal is to shelter women rescued from the sex trade and slave labor.


Brief History of Our Vision:

We began in Ghana in 2011. There we repaired boreholes to supply water for 900 villagers of the Banda tribe. Thereafter, we also discovered a network of amazing men and women in many African nations meeting crucial needs in their own cities and villages. Contact with these compassionate leaders who care for women coming out of lives of substance abuse and the prostitution industry has helped us to tailor our own focus on the needs of  vulnerable women in Ghana.  These leaders are serving the imprisoned and the addicted in many nations including Nigeria, Tanzania, Benin, Ghana, Togo, Cameroon, Zambia, South Africa, and Kenya. The leaders of Project Rescue, a mission to rehabilitate women rescued from human trafficking in Spain, Madrid have also been an inspiration to us. These connections helped us to form our own long term vision for bringing a hopeful future to vulnerable women in Ghana.

This video tells the story of our trip to Ghana and Nigeria in 2018.