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RAHAB Ministries office employees are high-capacity, self-starters who see their work as essential to the overall mission of providing hope to sex trafficking survivors. This small team collaborates to accomplish the administrative needs of the entire organization.
The Rahab Minor House exists to provide mental, emotional, physical and spiritual healing to female victims of commercial sexual exploitation through trauma informed care in order to enable productive reentry and sustainable success.
Adult Safe House
The RAHAB adult house is a safe, long-term residential home exclusively for victims of commercial sexual exploitation. We exist to provide Christ centered, cutting-edge trauma informed care that encourages holistic healing and enables successful, sustainable and independent living.
The RAHAB Drop-In Centers are the heart and soul of RAHAB Ministries. At a Drop-In Center women can step out of the chaos into a welcoming, safe, and non-judgmental space. Whether a woman needs a family-style meal, clothing she feels great in, or healthy community she can find it at one of our Drop-In Centers in either Summit or Stark Counties (Fall 2020).
RAHAB provides children who are victims of sex trafficking with transformational relationships through Minor Mentoring and RAHAB’s mentoring center, Selah’s Place. Employees of RAHAB Minor Mentoring are consistently compassionate, committed in prayer, and they care about the mentee more than the success of the mentee.
RAHAB began in 2002 when 1 woman took to the streets of Akron to offer love and connection to the broken and undervalued women she met there. Since then RAHAB has grown exponentially to provide a full continuum of care for the most vulnerable among us. Today, we still have teams on the streets and in strip clubs throughout Northeast Ohio bringing hope and offering help and relationship with the women and girls trapped in a life of exploitation.
A key component of RAHAB’s continuum of care is to provide support to victims in emergency and quickly changing, front-line situations. This is accomplished through partnership with local law enforcement and social service agencies who encounter victims of trafficking in the course of their work. Additionally, ongoing support is provided to victims to connect them with needed resources and case management services whether it be through RAHAB’s other programs or community partners.