Have you seen the wrong and know you cannot just look the other way?
Are you concerned at the lack of follow-up care available to these victimized young girls?
Do you want to help, but realize you cannot do it alone?
Why Radiate Coalition?
Radiate Coalition exists to provide transformative care to victims of abuse and trafficking by developing, equipping, and pioneering restorative whole-person care programs across the globe.
How We Work:
Develop through training, assessment, and consulting
Equip through financial, program, and operation resources
Pioneer specialized programs that fill gaps in care
Casa de Ester
Our foundational program, Casa de Ester, is a Christ-centered restoration home for teenage girls that have been abused, exploited, or trafficked in Honduras.
Casa de Ester provides whole-person care to each resident. A dedicated staff of 13 highly-trained Hondurans, including both a full-time Christian psychologist and a dedicated social worker, help the girls through the healing process.
Founded in 2011, Casa de Ester has helped over 70 girls receive individualized healing, while working to reunite each girl with family or to support her as a young adult transitioning into society.
Discover the programs and projects directed or supported by Radiate Coalition
Whole-Person Care Training
Radiate Coalition offers free training and consultation to other ministries and community groups.
In 2019, Radiate Coalition provided training to a rescue home in Uganda, and sponsored a biblical counseling training in Honduras for pastors and ministry leaders. In 2020, when international travel was limited, God opened a door for Radiate Coalition to provide training for a new residential safe home program in Montgomery County, TX. Radiate Coalition also began providing coaching to a ministry in India and helped support the launch of a transitional safe home.
Legacy House | Honduras
Casa Legado offers safe, affordable housing for the girls that graduate out of Casa de Ester, where they can live while continuing their healing process and avoid being targeted by traffickers.
The home provides both educational and vocational opportunities so the girls can rise above the cycle of poverty that is all to common in Honduras. The program is for girls 18 and up and is co-funded by the girls that live there.
Young Mothers | Honduras
1 of every 2 teenagers giving birth in Honduras have been impregnated by sexual violence. There is no program/home currently providing specialized care for these victims and their child. Radiate Coalition has the dream to establish this home, and is working in intial efforts to support select cases and initiatives.