Rahab Ministries

Ministry Information

Web Site
www.rahab-ministries.org
Phone Number
330-819-3326
Address
3480 West Market St, Suite 105
Fairlawn, OH 44333
Primary Contact
Rachel
Primary Email
rachels@rahab-ministries.org

Mentoring
When you’ve been treated as a commodity, it takes a consistent, caring presence over time to convince you of the Truth of your value. It takes real Love in action, investing in you and asking for nothing in return. Our mentors commit to spending time each week with a RAHAB mentee.
Outreach
Teams of trained volunteers hit the streets and visit strip clubs, delivering gift bags and home-cooked meals. Women who feel trapped in a cycle of degradation often ask for prayer from the female volunteers who go into clubs, while the men on the teams wait, pray, and help with the logistics from outside. Women in strip clubs have sought our help to escape from the downward spiral of being trafficked into prostitution.
Drop-in centers
Our adult drop-in center is intentionally right in the middle of the drug activity and prostitution. Women stop in for family-style meals, Bible Studies, encouragement and friendship.
Our juvenile drop-in center, Selah’s Place, is made possible by our partnership with Restore Court. Weekly programming and mentoring instill self-esteem and coping skills, as staff and volunteers strive to reflect the Love of Christ to girls identified by the court as trafficked or at high risk for trafficking.
Jail Ministries
Volunteers connect with incarcerated women through jail visits, writing letters and leading group Bible Studies.
Safe Housing
We welcome women home to a secluded estate on former farmland, where a couple raised their family before selling their property to RAHAB below market price. Many of our residents experience true family for the first time here. . While we partner with Emerge Counseling Services to provide therapy specific to the needs of each sex-trafficking survivor who lives here, everything we do, from cooking classes to exercise, is trauma informed.
We’ve completed construction of our juvenile safe house, named Rebecca’s Place after RAHAB Founder Becky Moreland. Now we’re working to transform our house into a home by securing the licensure and funding that will enable us to bring in programming and staff to open the doors to children ages 11 to 17.

Available Opportunities

No Volunteer Opportunities are Available