Welcome to the Raising Warriors Home Page! We are a 501c3 Faith-based Non-Profit whose mission is to provide therapeutic long-term homes for underage victims of sex trafficking. At Raising Warriors, our environment will help transform underage female survivors of human trafficking into confident, courageous, and empowered members of society

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Did you know that in 2014, an estimated 1 out of 6 endangered runaways reported to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children were likely child sex trafficking victims.

“Of those, 86% were in the care of social services or foster care when they ran.” 

That statistic has grown by more than 20% in the past 4 years, and isn’t looking to decline.

Also, in 2017 there were over 2400 cases of minors rescued in the United States from being trafficked.

At Raising Warriors, our environment will help transform underage female survivors of human trafficking into confident, courageous, and empowered members of society.

We will do this by creating a long-term therapeutic home that provides the following services:

  • Specific Individualized Education Tracks
    • Online Home Schooling
    • Small Group Classroom Learning
  • Counseling & Therapeutic Services
    • Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
    • Equine Therapy
    • Agricultural Therapy
  • Medical Services
  • Life Training
    • Personal Finance/Budgeting,
    • Parenting Practices
    • Cooking
    • Physical Fitness & Self-Defense
  • Spiritual Empowerment, Biblical Teachings, Worship Services

Raising Warriors gives the family foundation that is missing in the foster care system. Each girl will have the opportunity, no matter the age she enters our care, to stay until at least 18 years of age. At 18 years old, each girl will have established a working exit strategy with goals to attain for future success. Exit strategies will guide girls for the future that fits them best. Whether it be job training, trade skills, or secondary education opportunities.

We will partner with Universities and Colleges to establish scholarships that will give the girls secondary education opportunities so that tuition costs and student loan debt will not hinder them from pursuing a college degree.