We're Expanding Hope to More Survivors!

We are excited to share an update on how God is answering our prayers to reach more women who are survivors of human trafficking! We are expanding our survivor care model to two new regions based in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and Columbus, Ohio. Our successful program started in Jacksonville, Florida, in 2013 and has served more than 2,000 survivors through victim outreach and survivor care. Through prayer and discernment, God has led us to these states to provide restoration for women in their darkest time of need. 

We announced our partnership with the Tim Tebow Foundation to fight against human trafficking in September 2020. This relationship has been a tremendous catalyst for us to expand and scale our survivor care model to meet the urgent need across the nation for safe housing for trafficking survivors. In the last year, a National Engagement Director was hired to oversee and manage the expansion of Her Song across the country and has already established Community Engagement Coordinators in both Tennessee and Ohio to lead the local effort and partnerships for Her Song – Chattanooga  and Her Song – Columbus. These markets will also be supported by major church partnerships and partnerships with local coalitions, government officials, and other service providers, which will create the foundation and support to launch residential care. 

“Alongside the Tim Tebow Foundation, we have been able to make connections and open doors that will allow us to reach more women with the opportunity to live a life of freedom,” said Rachel White, President of Her Song. “Amazing life changes are happening every day at Her Song. Women are healing in body, mind, and spirit. They are empowered to finish their education, build a career, and see their dreams of a flourishing life fulfilled.”

“Investing in the Her Song survivor care ministry has allowed TTF to continue elevating our effort in the global fight against human trafficking,” said Tim Tebow, Founder and Chairman of the Tim Tebow Foundation. “Bringing this model to more regions to reach more survivors together is a huge priority for the foundation, and with the additional work we are doing to prevent, rescue, and lead survivors to freedom around the world, we are pushing back the darkness. It takes so many people to make this happen and we are grateful for everyone who is playing a role in seeing more survivors receive the faith, hope and love that they deserve.” 

Please join us in prayer as we open doors to women in these new cities and that God would continue to equip our staff to answer this urgent call. Thank you for joining our mission to interrupt the cycle of human trafficking and lead the exploited to freedom! 


Her Song was created to help women who are survivors of human trafficking with residential support, programs, and spiritual growth opportunities. Our program employs an evidence-based theory of change to help women move from a survival-based existence to purposeful, self-sufficient living.



Her Song is interrupting the cycle of human trafficking and leading the exploited to freedom through survivor care, victim outreach, and education.



Her Song envisions a world where every girl is free. Free to live. Free to achieve her dreams and goals. Free to go to school.  Free from harm and abuse. Free from the snare of traffickers.



Her Song is a group of Christian people who are called, equipped, and sent according to the Gospel. Read governing principles of ministry and care below.



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Trafficking victims have often been traumatized over a long period of time. The body, mind, and spirit are weary and need rest. We have beautiful homes where women can rest, reset, and consider next steps with compassionate supportive people around them. This is a critical time because change is a challenging and a dynamic process.



Women can engage in the program for up to two years allowing them time to heal body, mind, and spirit in a safe community. This time allows survivors to heal from trauma and move from a survival-based existence to an intentional lifestyle that focuses on whole-person health and wellbeing. 

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As residents exercise new life skills they have learned, they continue to fulfill their educational career and financial plans and they begin to live out their dreams!


Doing what is right before God

“For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me, I was in prison and you came to visit me” ~Mt. 25:35-36

Showing kindness and mercy because it honors people and it honors God. 

“He who oppresses the poor taunts his Maker; but he who is kind and merciful and gracious to the needy honors Him” ~Pr. 14:31

Demonstrating unconditional love for the disadvantaged because they bear the image of their Creator. 

“Love your neighbor as you love yourself {that is seek the best or higher good for others].” ~ Mt. 22:39

Excellence in holistic care. Whether abandoned physically or emotionally, trafficking victims have deep relational wounds. We hold their lives tenderly in sacred trust.

“…visit and help and care for the orphans…in their affliction and need.” ~ Js. 1:27

“A calm and peaceful and tranquil heart is health to the body.” ~ Pr. 14:30


Survivor at Her Song

"I am free to have my own voice, free to smile, free to sleep and rest, free to dream, feel, decide . . . free to love."


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CALL   1-888-373-7888   or   TEXT   “Help” to BEFREE.

If you are a survivor and need services, call Her Song at 904-513-0203.

If you need emergency assistance, call 911.

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