Indianapolis, IN – Safe House


A 17,000 sq. ft. facility was entirely renovated in just two weeks to house two nonprofit organizations helping child survivors of human trafficking. EDOH brought in over 50 skilled professionals to gut the building and renovate it into a place of healing for children in need.

kNot Today assists organizations in creating awareness, supporting prevention initiatives, and promoting the restoration of exploited children, integrating outcome-based actions and programs. Frank and Linda Reich of the Indianapolis Colts spearhead this ministry.

Ascent 121 offers long-term trauma recovery for teen survivors of human trafficking.

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Volunteers Needed

Become a Safe House Volunteer

To volunteer with the Safe House Ministry, you must be 18 or older, pass a background check, and be highly skilled in construction.