Watch the documentary “I Am Jane Doe,” which follows the story of American middle school-aged sex trafficking victims who were exploited on website Backpage.com.
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Through Eden House, women receive wrap-around services such as counseling, education, and job training. Since addiction is often connected with prostitution, a twelve-step program is part of the Eden House model.Eden House is a two-year residential program for women who have been commercially and sexually exploited. Modeled after Magdalene House in Nashville, Tennessee, Eden House provides six to eight women a safe and supportive home for two years, free of cost.
The program is expected to be highly successful: two and a half years after beginning the program, 72% of the women who join Nashville’s Magdalene House are clean, sober, and no longer working in prostitution.
Eden House has opened its doors to its first residents, and thanks to considerable community support and enthusiasm, the momentum is growing. Check out this video for more information on Eden House’s founding and operation. Meet our board of directors. Please visit our Facebook page for more information.
Office Number: (504) 407-0943
Mailing Address: Eden House 2000 Louisiana Avenue PO Box 750386 New Orleans, LA 70175
Eden House is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation.
Eden House, a 501(3)(c) non-profit, is the first home in Louisiana for human trafficking survivors and the only home for women trying to leave prostitution. Our Board of Directors was founded in the Fall of 2011 and the location was secured in May of 2012. We are thrilled to have touched the lives of several women and offered them hope of a new beginning. The home provides a safe haven, empowering women to overcome their pasts and build strong futures.