Will you help a victim become a victor?
Beloved Haven provides care to those affected by human trafficking
Every year, thousands of men, women, and children are enslaved against their will, in virtually every country around the globe, including the U.S. Victims can be forced to work in a variety of industries including prostitution, agriculture, hospitality, domestic servitude, and even supplying labor for off-shore oil rigs.
By collaborating with local law enforcement and other agencies, Beloved Haven assists human trafficking victims across the North Carolina counties of Edenton, Hertford, Currituck, Dare, Pasquotank, Camden, Gates, and Bertie.
The work of Beloved Haven includes locating temporary housing for victims, securing trauma counseling, necessary medical attention, and other needed services.
Our compassionate team listens to the victims as they share their heartbreaking stories. We hear stories of terror and abuse and offer a safe space. We support the victims of human trafficking and help them break free from the bonds of those who exploit them.
Beloved Haven helps rebuild lives and give hope to the victims of human trafficking.
What We Do
Beloved Haven provides direct services to those who have been affected by human trafficking.
We understand the need for long-term support and well-being.
It is our priority to provide any resources, supporting victim and survivor needs. This means that we will walk with them through every season of the healing process.
Through collaboration and compassion, we provide the following:
* Basic Needs
* Case Management
* Personal/Professional Assistance
* Spiritual and Emotional
* Systems Advocacy
Whether a Survivor is in our care for two months, or two years, B.H will provide every service to these individuals, for however long is needed.
"I didn't have any help and I didn't have anybody to turn to. I felt like I was hushed and dismissed, and like everything that I went through was my fault; that I just didn't matter to anyone. Beloved Haven is everything to me, and is backed up by some of the strongest women I have ever met. For the first time, I actually felt safe, cared for, and loved."
~ A Beloved Haven Survivor