SDS HOPE HOUSE, INC.
SERVICES FOR TRAFFICKING SURVIVORS
TECHNICAL AND EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT
P.O. Box 6352
Oceanside, CA 92052
SDS Hope House Inc., a 501(c)3 located in a confidential location in northern San Diego County, offers a home-like atmosphere to women transitioning out of emergency housing after leaving situations of enslavement and oppression. It is especially suited for women who need to leave the San Diego or Los Angeles area for safety or by preference. The focus for residents at SDS Hope House shifts from the immediacy of staying safe to building self-esteem and personal growth. Women may stay up to 24 months or until they obtain self-supporting employment.
Women, 18 and older
*Referred by service agency. Hope House may, at times, serve emergency clients through referrals from agencies with which it collaborates. All residents must be drug and alcohol free. Hope House does not accommodate children
*Assistance to non-English speakers is provided through agency collaboration or by telephone interpretation services.
Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Only employed residents are asked to contribute rent payment on a sliding scale.
• 24-hour emergency services*
• Education (basic literacy, ESL, computer and job skills training)
• Employment Assistance
• Health and wellness training
• Translation/language support
• Shelter/transitional housing
SDS Hope House accommodatese 4 adult women and is supported by permanent staff and resources provided by agencies from the California Central Coast Coalition to Stop Enslavement (CA-CCC-SE).
Members of SAVE (Salvatorian Advocacy for Victims of Exploitation) are available for presentations on aspects of human trafficking, and produce “Stop Trafficking,” a free monthly electronic newsletter that provides education about human trafficking issues. SAVE members coordinate the CA-CCC-SE, representing Santa Cruz, Monterey, and San Benito counties. Visit www.stopenslavement.org/index2.html for more details.