The Anchor House is our first shelter that provides refuge and restoration to 4 adolescent boys, ages 12–18.
Restore One is a ministry that seeks to open safe homes that are Christ-centered free of cost to male victims of domestic minor sex trafficking (DMST) and Commercial Sexual Exploitation (CSE).
The Anchor House
According to Shared Hope International 2012 Shelter Report there are no long-term recovery safe homes within the United States designated solely for male DMST and CSE victims. Restore One recognizes the need for safe homes designed specifically to serve these boys. The Anchor House is our first shelter that provides refuge and restoration to adolescent boys, ages 12-18.
The Anchor House Mission
The Anchor House, a program of Restore One, is committed to providing residential care that is trauma sensitive, holistic and Christ-centered specifically to domestic minor sex trafficked and commercial sexually exploited males to overcome difficulties and live free, fruitful and fulfilled lives.
The Anchor House Values
Excellence of Care + Christian Faith + Holistic Approach
The Anchor House HOPE Model is designed to meet the psychological, physical and sociological needs of sex trafficked and sexually exploited boys. At the Anchor House, every boy will be treated as a unique individual by using holistic approaches and proven clinical methods that nurture healing and restoration.
The Anchor House’s program is governed by Restore One Board and advised by Restore One Shelter Advisory Committee.
Through the Anchor House program, our goal is to help these boys not to identify as a mere survivor but as a victorious overcomer. The goal is for each and every boy to experience healing, regain complete freedom and reintegrate into society. The Anchor House will be licensed under the State of North Carolina. Providing excellence in care is the priority of Restore One Board and Staff. Each of us is willing to go above and beyond to ensure the Anchor House is an effective and credible program.
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AS HIGH AS 50% OF THE COMMERCIALLY SEXUALLY EXPLOITED (CSE) CHILDREN IN THE UNITED STATES WERE BOYS
*A study by The John Jay College and the Center for Court Innovation