Supporting Survivors of Human Trafficking


Her Song helps women who are survivors of human trafficking with residential support, programs, and spiritual growth opportunities. Women are given the change to move from a survival-based existence to purposeful, self-sufficient living filled with hope, empowerment and new beginnings. Those in need find Her Song through a variety of referral sources including a national hotline, local law enforcement and agencies dedicated to stopping the vicious cycle of human trafficking. The program, including housing, is completely free to all participants. WATCH VIDEO to learn more about the holistic programming Her Song provides to survivors.

Her Song is proud to call Columbus home to three of the nonprofit’s residential houses. Survivors entering the program reside at one home then graduate to other residences that provide increased levels of self-esteem and self-sufficiency. The nonprofit takes pride in providing welcoming, home-like environments for women to recover and reset their lives.

ReVision’s donation will help purchase home furnishings and personal necessities for Her Song’s Columbus locations. The nonprofit has made donating in-demand items easy by creating an AMAZON WISH LIST. Simply purchase items right from this list and they will be delivered directly to Her Song. In addition, volunteers are also needed to help further Her Song’s mission. Learn more about opportunities HERE.

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