Three journeys,

one destination.

Three organizations working together in unique ways to combat sex trafficking in West Texas.

Voice of Hope

Voice of Hope exists for survivors of sex trafficking & sexual assault. Voice of Hope is committed to survivors, their trauma, their courage & the resolution of their crisis. Face to Face Crisis Intervention and Victim Advocacy Services are available. Call our 24-hour Crisis Hotline at 806.763.7273 for more information. Assistance is available for victims, non-offending family members & friends affected by the trauma of sexual assault/sex trafficking.


One Voice Home

One Voice is a haven for survivors of sex trafficking to begin their unique journey of healing.

In the Journey program, female survivors,  ages 18-23, and their dependents (on a case-by-case basis) are provided 24/7 residential, trauma informed care to equip them with the tools and resources they need on their healing journey. This allows residents to experience a new beginning using a wrap-around approach designed to fit each survivor’s specific needs: relational, mental health, educational, physical health, spiritual, & transitional.

In the Haven program, survivors, ages 12-18, are provided outpatient trauma-informed wrap-around care by private placement, or in conjunction with Child Placement Agencies. This allows participants the opportunity to begin their journey of healing in a unique way to fit each survivor’s specific needs:relational, mental health, educational, physical health, spiritual, & transitional.


Open Door

Open Door Survivor Housing is a transitional housing (TH) program providing housing with therapeutic supportive services for adult survivors of sex trafficking & their children. Launched in January 2019, Open Door Survivor Housing provides 20 units of transitional housing & comprehensive supportive services including child care, intensive counseling, life skills classes, & 24-hour on-call case management for periods of 6-18 months.




“Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.” -Henry Ford

Joining Voices at Vera Bradley

We are excited to once again partner up with Vera Bradley during Slavery & Human Trafficking Awareness Month. Come shop at Vera Bradley Factory Outlet Lubbock in the West End Shopping Center January 21-23 & 10% of the proceeds will go to support survivors of sex trafficking in the South Plains.

Not in Lubbock? Keeping your social distance? Not a problem! Call Carol at Vera Bradley to schedule a time to shop via FaceTime at 806.788.1416.

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Texas Blue Sand Project

Texas, it’s time to join voices as we support survivors of sex trafficking!
Join us January 26th as we pour blue sand in the cracks of sidewalks to show survivors we won’t let them fall through the cracks. Post your pictures on social media using the hashtag #TXBlueSandProject