Courage House


Courage House is a therapeutic home for females rescued from sex trafficking. It is a place of restoration.

Res•to•ra•tion –
Returning to the Original Intent.

The physical, emotional, psychological, and spiritual repercussions caused by the trauma of sexual exploitation and commercial trafficking are extreme, devastating, and, without proper intervention – lasting. The process is long, difficult and takes a great deal of courage to embark upon.

At Courage House we created a family environment in a group setting to facilitate healing.

Courage House is not just a structure or building, a program or approach; it is a place where hope is given, healing is offered, and lives are restored. It is a community of girls and young women who not only share a similar past, but now share the common purpose of finding their true identity and fulfilling their destiny while embarking on a journey of healing.

Here they find the courage to confront the chaos of their past and pain.

Courage House offers a comprehensive, holistic approach, which encompasses each resident’s own unique physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual needs. Each campus is a home, a community where the girls learn to be a family, and how to have and participate in healthy relationships. They gather each evening after a full day of therapy, school and recreational activities to eat dinner and express their “grate-fulls”; a treasured tradition at Courage House for staff and the girls.

Michelle, Jenny Williamson & Stephanie Midthun

Courage House demonstrates, innocence can be restored in the slow and steady process of healing. I thank God for them – they saved my daughter’s life.”

—Michele – a mom whose daughter called Courage House home