Grace Horizon is a community of survivors in Central Indiana supporting each other in the recovery from violence and exploitation, including sex trafficking and sexual exploitation. We approach anti-trafficking through the three R’s: relationship, resource support, and recovery.
We offer coaching, counseling, mentorship, and friendship to those affected by violence and exploitation. We have recovery tools available for our community to utilize in their personal journeys toward healing and rediscovering wholeness.
Formerly known as Stripped Love, our community started as a ministry under the leadership of Dr. Kimberly Majeski who felt called to develop relationships with women who were working in the sex industry. Through that experience, she discovered much about domestic sex trafficking and the needs of the most vulnerable in our community. The foundation she built with her team put our organization in a beautifully unique place because the participants in our community trust that we love and care for them deeply.
The organization has now grown in such a way that survivors are stepping into leadership roles, and other survivors are taking courageous steps toward recovering from lives of violence and exploitation.
Practicing Courage. Rediscovering Wholeness.
Grace Horizon is a community of survivors in Central Indiana supporting each other in the recovery from violence and exploitation, including sex trafficking and sexual exploitation.
We take a two-generational approach to anti-trafficking through relationship, resource support, and recovery because we believe the community is defined by the wholeness of each individual. That means that when one of us is marginalized, we as a community are not whole. We believe that transformation comes through hard work and readiness for change.
We foster relationships with each person in our organization, recognizing that it is in the soil of authentic, healthy relationships that seeds of hope grow. We have a team of volunteers, coaches, and staff that work to cultivate these relationships through ongoing, consistent interaction with participants.
When participants are active members of our community, participating regularly in coaching, counseling, or peer recovery, they are eligible for resource support through grants we have received for housing, transportation, utilities, child care, and more. We also have an Emergency Fund that is utilized to assist those leaving unsafe or dangerous situations.
The road to healing is not linear, and while we utilize many good steps and resources on that path, we also recognize that each person’s journey is unique. We do not push people to take steps for which they’re not ready. We do ask reflective questions and encourage participants, volunteers, and coaches to continue to learn, and grow. Programmatically we have a monthly meeting called, Second Sundays, and a twice-weekly trauma-informed yoga class that helps to foster recovery. We also partner with Heart of Indiana United Way for coaches in finance, resource support, and jobs, as well as Turning Point of Madison County for Peer Recovery meetings and coaches.