The Elijah Rising Restoration Campus is home to our long-term restorative care program that serves women who have survived sexual exploitation.
The goal of this 1-2 year program is to rebuild lives that have been shattered by the effects of sexual exploitation. Our program provides food, clothing, shelter, 24/7 compassionate care, a family environment, and healthy therapeutic practices. We ensure that all women in our program feel valued, empowered, and hopeful for their future.
Our program uses a phased approach to healing, moving the resident at her own pace through the process of becoming stabilized and feeling safe, to processing her trauma, and eventually into a place where she is ready to re-engage with the community and live independently.
We do this through a variety of means. Elijah Rising partners with Baylor College of Medicine’s School of Psychology and Harris County Psychiatric Center for our program’s mental health needs. We have established connections with local junior colleges and universities as resources for pursuing educational advancement, and companies for internship and job opportunities for our residents. We offer substance abuse support, life skills, expressive art, and groups, all designed to address eight dimensions of wellness.
You can ensure we are able to provide food, clothing, shelter, 24/7 compassionate care, a family environment, and healthy therapeutic practices.