Recovery Program

At Samaritan Village, we're interested in a total life change. Our holistic, trauma-informed therapeutic program and residential facility provides victims of human trafficking a safe and comfortable environment to heal. As they walk through a series of phases, residents in our program receive 12 to 18 months of programming designed to provide the building blocks for a healthy, independent life outside of exploitation. Our program includes:

  • Individual Counseling from a Licensed Mental Health Counselor
  • Group Therapies
  • Addiction Support
  • Medical Attention
  • Case Management
  • Continued Education
  • Vocational Training Programs
  • Spiritual Development

Every element in our program is evaluated to meet the holistic care model approach; addressing their mental, physical, emotional and spiritual needs.


As a Christ-Centered program, we believe that true healing can only come from our Savior. Residents attend weekly church services, and participate in a variety of biblical and spiritual studies throughout their time in our program. 


With the help of Licensed Mental Health Professionals, survivors in our program are offered weekly individual therapy sessions. The residents participate in multiple modalities of therapy, including DBT, art and music therapy while having access to daily addiction recovery services. 


Our program encourages, educates, and empowers residents to make healthy choices for their bodies, as well as ensures they receive the medical attention they need. They work with a clinical nutritionist, participate in daily physical activity and receive full medical and dental care.


A healthy community is an incredibly important part of a healthy life. Our program works to introduce residents to healthy social engagement through mentors, volunteering and variety of community programs. Our program also empowers and restores dignity to each woman by providing access to continued education, vocational training and job placement.

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