Eden's Glory is a home fortifying survivors, educating communities, and working to end human trafficking all for the glory of God.

Since 2015, we have been addressing the problem of human trafficking through three core initiatives. From a Christ-centered, trauma-informed, community based model, we are equipping our community and yours with the tools to end human trafficking. 

A Home Where Hearts Are Transformed


Adult Therapeutic program

Our two-year treatment program for adult female survivors of human trafficking ages 18-30 is designed to treat each aspect of a survivor’s health—physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and relational—to fully support her on her journey to holistic recovery.

Using a strengths-based, trauma informed approach, we work with each resident to create and implement an individualized life plan. We provide 24-hour care in a Jesus-centered, family environment.


Fighting for my life is one of the hardest things I have ever done. And with the help of Eden’s Glory, I was able to do that.


Foster kairos

therapeutic program for minors

Foster Kairos serves minors who have experienced complex trauma

or who are survivors of trafficking. By coming alongside families and caretakers, we uniquely fill the gap in services for vulnerable youth.

Through trauma-informed therapy and specialized trainings we provide connection and support to minors and their caregivers. We come alongside families and guardians to offer them support as they walk with their child through healing to change the trajectory of their future.


Educating communities

Community training embodies our commitment to put an end to human trafficking. 

Our trainings are designed to ignite action in your community and resource others to engage in prevention and identification efforts. We mobilize new generations of leaders and community stakeholders to address the gaps in communities across the country

so others are not made subject to trafficking. 


an image of freedom

A resident drew this to depict her transition from the streets to living at Eden’s Glory. Her art speaks of “the game” of sex trafficking in the US, the cruel reality she once knew, and what was happening as she eventually broke free from her bondage. The barcode beneath her is crumbling. What once was commodified is no longer for sale.

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