Hope is not pretending that troubles don't exist. It is the hope that they won't last forever. That hurts will be healed and difficulties overcome. That we will be led out of the darkness and into the light. Hope is trust that tomorrow can and will be better. Hope is the starting place of dreams coming true.

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Event Recap: An Evening Of Destiny

Written By Lisa Mitts, 6/15/2017
Thank you to so many who supported our recent Benefit Auction, “An Evening of Destiny.” Between auction sales and new monthly partners, we raised close to $30,000, which is our biggest one-time fundraiser to date! Special thanks again to our hosts and friends, David and Renee Gleason, owners of A Matter of Style, as well as their amazing staff.  The evening was an enormous success, and we are so thankful to everyone who helped make the evening a success.

And more good news ... it is not too late to give! Anyone who gives at least $300 will receive special thank you gifts including Lisa Mitts recent CD, “Where I Belong” AND a ‘Where Has Love Gone’ T-shirt. Donations of $1,000 (or monthly of $100) will receive additional gifts and special recognition on our website. Both individuals and/or companies can partner with us and receive benefits.​​
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Mentorship Program for Survivors

This will be a bi-monthly meeting implementing a portion of our H.E.A.R.T.S program (Healing, Education and Restoration Treatment for Survivors) to begin the vision and purpose of DHRC. We have had much interest and families of young women coming out of trafficking reaching out to us for help.

If you know of survivors who need this kind of program, please contact our mentor program director, Lisa Mitts , using this link. There will be an application process for each participant to be accepted into the program. Space will be limited to 8 people for the initial launch.