"Hope House" to provide a safe space for victims of human trafficking and domestic violence

Hope is coming soon to survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking with the groundbreaking of Hope House, a new $910,000 California craftsman-style four-bedroom, two-bathroom, multi-family residence to be built in a Fullerton neighborhood. When completed, Hope House will accommodate 16 to 20 survivors for up to 24 months at no cost to them and there be offered numerous resources to aid their recovery, according to Mike Lee, CEO of Women's Transitional Living Center, Inc. (WTLC).

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