Vida Home

Organization: FAIR Girls

The FAIR Girls Vida Home is the first ever safe, empowering transitional home in Washington, D.C. exclusively for female-identifying survivors of human trafficking or commercial sexual exploitation aged 18 to 26. The Vida Home breaks the cycle of exploitation in the lives of up to 50 young women survivors per year.
Our Vida Home is more than a shelter; it is a home, where up to 6 young women at a time receive access to holistic care including a warm bed, meals and basic necessities, access to counseling and survivor support groups, personal growth and workforce development programming, and access to safe transportation to and from work, school, and our confidential Drop-In Center. Each young woman can stay up to 90 days while we work with her to find longer-term housing.

The Vida Home program is supported by our dedicated team of three Residential Care Coordinators, Case Management Coordinators, Housing Manager, Direct Services Manager, Director of Programs, and experienced and trained residential contractors and volunteers.

FAIR Girls’ approach is one of depth and commitment. Each survivor has a personal case manager who works daily with her to ensure she meets her goals and stays safe. During the week, Vida Home residents can join FAIR Girls at our Drop-In Center.
Application: Call 24/7 Crisis line at 1-855-900-3247 or fill out referral form at
1 (855) 900-3247 (Hotline) English

FAIR Girls
2021 L Street NW Washington DC 20036

(202) 520-9777