Though it is hard to believe that sex trafficking happens in Lane County, the reality is that hundreds of local women and girls are trafficked annually. At Hope Ranch, we are raising hope for survivors of human trafficking in the Eugene-Springfield area. Our mission is to grow a community of compassionate, safe people who can raise awareness and provide responsive, caring, and practical help for survivors.
PO Box 595, Springfield, OR, 97477
From the Blog
Several years ago, Sierra Dawn McClain (then a high school student) wrote this insightful piece after attending a Hope Ranch event. She graciously let us post it on this website: Oregonian woman escapes human trafficking, becomes abolitionist against modern-day slavery “I have been a slave. But today…today I’m free.” Jessica Richardson, formerly...
Christine Holub, board member, shares the story of how she became involved with Hope Ranch. My name is Christine, and I became a member of the board early last summer after working with some of the women, going through Mending the Soul and joining the Task Force. I’d like to...