frequently asked questions
We are not a licensed drug or alcohol treatment facility or a halfway house, homeless shelter, or drop in clinic. We are a housing first program, offering a free-of-charge, two-year residential program for women who are victims of sex trafficking that may also be suffering from an addiction.
The Well helps women escape the vicious cycle of prostitution, trafficking, and addiction. Our goal is to provide a safe, supportive home and healing environment for these women, free-of-charge, for two years, to allow them to heal from the inside out. Each resident is provided with comprehensive case management services and access to relevant local social service agencies, medical and behavioral health providers and vocational training to support them through their healing process and ultimately reach economic independence.
We provide safe, supportive housing and comprehensive services free of charge for two years for women survivors of sex trafficking in Kentucky and surrounding areas. We partner with community agencies to provide the following case management services:
Medical Evaluation & Care
The women live together, recover together and support each other.
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Local community support, like yours, is the only way we are able to continue serving our community. Each month, The Well of Lexington has seen a steady increase in the number of women survivors of sex trafficking and at-risk families in Kentucky and surrounding areas. We are averaging approximately 73 families per month in need of our Box of LOVE Program. We appreciate your generosity and kindness. If you would like to make a monthly or one-time financial donation, please click on the donate button below. You will be re-directed to our PayPal account.
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