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Our Blueprint for Unshackling Shame

Residential Care Services


THE PLANS: A Closer Look at the Residential Facility

The plans for this restorative campus include an 83,000 square-foot complex, affectionately referred to as “Eagle’s Nest”. Inside the Eagle’s Nest campus there will be 96-bedrooms expressly designed with the soft ambiance of home: a welcoming environment of privacy and comforts in a protected atmosphere. All residents are required to participate in their own treatment and can expect to have private sleeping quarters. Each bedroom is complete with a twin-size bed, a matching dresser with mirror, a spacious stow-away closet and a computer desk with attached bookcase style hutch and desk chair.

EAGLE’s Nest Shared Areas include:

• Private Library

• Private Chapel

• Full-Service Salon

• Full-Service Laundry Facility

• Commercial Kitchen and Dining Hall

• Gymnasium and Recreational Activity Center

• Conference Rooms for Group Meetings

• Multiple Lounge Areas

• Arts and Crafts Spaces

• Computer Labs

The EAGLES Nest campus exists to support the curative life choices for survivors of human trafficking. All functions of the campus are solely purposed to initiate therapy and sustaining emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual health of every resident. "Stop 2 Heal" Residential Treatment and Outreach Center staff engage the free will of every participant to inspire them to make empowering choices and live free of oppression.


What is Long-Term?

Stop 2 Heal Residential Treatment and Outreach Center is a two (2) year residential care program. Long-term indicates the length of time the average person requires to regain sufficiency. This is only an average, which means progress is not determined by the length of time, rather by the motivation and ability of the participating resident. When recovery takes longer, the care team will reassess the program and services on a case-by-case basis.


What happens after completing a two (2) year residential stay?

1. Victims will be able to tell their “story” with an identity free from the smothering paralysis of fear, guilt, and shame.

2. Victims will be able to identify as self-advocating victors.

3. Victors will be able to obtain employment and sustain their chosen vocational interest.

4. Victors will be able to relocate outside the parameters of the Nest and maintain a positive self-image and stable mental health.

5. Victors will be able to attend college as part of their therapy and work on campus as peer support.

6. Victors will be able to manage personal finances through money-management skills and the concept of saving toward purchasing their own vehicle, investing for home ownership and retirement.

Stop 2 Heal Residential Treatment and Outreach Center is an organic safety-net to aid positive mental health for survivors rescued from commercial sex trade, sex trafficking, molestation, gang rape, and forced prostitution. Stop 2 Heal works with qualified health care providers and the community. This collective effort is the primary vehicle to equip and empower identity restoration within these future inspirational leaders.

Clinical Intervention and Treatment

Through intentional efforts that mobilize change and inspire hope to aid in the healing process for the victims, support begins with an Intake. The assessment is used to develop an individualized plan of succinct programs and services to assist in achieving personal goals. An individual placement will include an assessment and diagnosis for the survivor. The diagnosis provides a baseline or starting point to address specific education about the treatment for the survivor and the survivor's family members as added support upon program completion.


While the Department of Justice

 remains intent in its efforts to bring traffickers to justice and to seek justice for survivors, our efforts focus on the components of direct care.​

All on-site campus participants, contractors, volunteers, educators, ministers, and counselors serve as Advocates who specialize in providing care for human trafficking survivors and are required to adhere to all protective procedures which ensures around-the-clock shift coverage.


Focus Groups include:

• Understanding Power and Control

• Reducing Isolation and Fear

• Processing Anger Management

• Managing Elements of Stress

• Refining Communication Skills

• Reconciling the Difference Between Forgiveness and Forgetting

• "Silencing Silence": Triumph Prevails Over Trauma


Daily Living Skills

Building rapport and establishing trust can sometimes feel impossible. Victors will have the opportunity to experience tangible kindness realized through day-to-day interactions with our farm friends as emotional support animals. Some activities with farm friends include being entertained by the acrobatics of pygmy goats, stroking large personalities of charming miniature horses, grooming our pleasantly perky pot-belly pigs, and handling our fluffy, furry rabbits to name a few.

Embracing Independent Living Skills

All case management is inspired to bring hope for a different life where victors will be given the opportunity to explore apprenticeship and educational interests. Victors will receive encouragement to choose goals of their personal desires including pursuing a GED or college degree.

Residential Programming and Services Connection

Residential care services include some of the following programming and services at Eagles Nest:

  • Client Services

1. Client Intake

2. Client Orientation

3. Ongoing Case Management

4. Social Services Referral and Advocacy: Explanation of Benefits, Entitlements, and Availability

  • Residential Care

1. Salon Care Services

2. Gym and Recreational Activities

3. Clothing, Food, and Personal Need Items

  • Evidence-Based Therapy

1. Arts and Crafts

2. Horticulture and Hydroponics

3. Equine and Small Animal Therapy

  • Client Safety and Well Being

1. Crisis Intervention

2. Emotional, Moral and Peer Support

3. Solution-Focused Individual and Group Counseling

4. Dental and Medical Screening, Care and Treatment

5. Substance Abuse Treatment, Care and Education

  • Education and Employability

1. Literacy and GED Preparedness

2. Life Skills Classes and Workshops

3. Vocational Training and Career Resources

4. Resume Writing and Job Placement Assistance

5. Financial Management Training

  • Advocacy and Legal Assistance

1. Court Related and Criminal Justice Based Advocacy

2. Legal Assistance Related to Human Sex Trafficking

3. Connect Survivors to Victims' Compensations

4. Document Procurement Assistance: birth certificates, driver’s license, Social Security Card, Texas picture ID cards, immigration documentation

  • Reunification and Repatriation

1. Children and Family Reunification Intervention (when safe and appropriate)

2. Repatriation

  • Support Services

1. Interpreter and Translator

2. Durable Medical Equipment

3. Transportation 

Future Concept

At Stop 2 Heal Residential Treatment and Outreach Center, we strive to provide a warm and serene environment for the people we plan to serve. See our photo gallery below to get an idea of what awaits. Should you have questions, please contact us!



Interested in becoming a Stop 2 Heal Residential Treatment and Outreach Center Partner, Sponsor, Benefactor and/or Volunteer,

 please contact us at [email protected] or call our information line at (888) 316-HEAL or 1-888-316-(4325).