Angel’s Hands at the Ranch is a restoration home for trafficked victims, as well as girls in danger of being trafficked, including those aging out of foster care and female veterans. The ranch is located on 22 acres of land, where we take in rescue animals and trafficked victims. We give the girls education, counseling, job skills and training, all through the love of God. Angel’s Hands at the Ranch is a 501c3 nonprofit, continuing to work with those who need the shelter and restoration from all that they have been through, and working with them through the healing process.
The Department of Justice identifies the following as some appropriate services for trafficking victims:
- Protection against traffickers
- Medical and dental care
- Civil legal services
- Criminal defense legal services
- Language training
- Job placement
- Independent living skills
- Employment education
- Safety planning and protection from renewed victimization
Hear Their Stories
Meet Charity – a girl who was coerced into trafficking while still in high school, just as she turned 18 by someone online. She was able to escape six years later, and after returning to her hometown, came to stay with us as she continued to heal and restore her life plan to the one God originally had for her. She has taken several college courses and certificate programs, and is working part time to continue her studies
Meet Julieta – a girl trafficked by her family from the age of 13 to 18. Rescued by U.S. missionaries, Julieta came to us from a country in Central America, and is working on healing and learning to forgive her family as she faces the trauma she endured. She has a long road ahead of her, but is beginning to see how much God loves her.
Meet Roni – sexually molested by her cousin at age 7; a girl sold into slavery by her mother at the age of 11 to a trafficker who chained her and other girls up in a warehouse. Although a good student, she was not allowed to finish school, and remained enslaved until age 18. She has been with us for two years and continues to achieve in her academics as well as her healing process.