COST OF CARE
Providing holistic quality care and following best-practices means that each girl’s rehabilitation costs are substantial. $1,000-$1,500 covers the monthly costs of one girl in residential care.
Compassion First provides individualized care for child survivors of sex trafficking. Within the context of a safe and loving home, our program emphasizes building resilience to overcome trauma.
Medical care includes check-ups, testing, comprehensive dental care, and emergency surgery.
Residents receive legal counsel, and any trial costs are covered.
Counselors and case-coordinators work with residents, families, and communities to provide individualized trauma counseling, support groups, and therapy.
Our homes employ 24-hour residential staffing (3 house moms and 2 security at all times).
All girls receive clothing, hygiene supplies, meals, and healthy snacks.
Housing and utility costs are covered.
Residents receive in-shelter schooling and rehabilitation, including teachers, tutors, a library, and specialized classes from elementary through high school.
Public and private academic costs, including tuition, uniforms, books, testing fees, and college tuition for those who pursue higher education, are covered.
Enrichment classes include English, music, art, and dance; life-skills program and training; vocational and entrepreneurial support; and spiritual support programs.
Our program also involves athletic, recreational, and community service outings.
Sarah’s and Grace House are loving homes where a resident is safe and able to heal, grow, and learn for a season of her life.
We are so proud of each resident and her journey toward health and wholeness.
Research has shown that resilience can overcome trauma and improve optimism, while decreasing anxiety and depression.
Our Indonesian staff receive ongoing training that is trauma-informed and designed to build strength and resilience. Every phase of the aftercare program provides specific resilience building targets for each girl and is implemented throughout all levels of our program.
Compassion First utilizes a wrap-around model of care in which each girl is placed at the center of her program.
She is mentored by her case coordinator, who provides guidance, wisdom and support. Together, they set specific goals and monitor her progress as she plans for the future.
The average monthly cost of running Sarah’s and Grace House is $25,000 each. We continuously band together with a team of committed advocates to help us support this ongoing operation. We need 500 sponsors giving $50/month to be fully funded.
Monthly sponsorships collectively serve all of the young survivors in our care, rather than being allocated to one specific girl. Future updates and reports will feature stories of children who call our facilities home so we can celebrate each survivor together.