Rehabilitating and Reforming Lives
Standing in the Gap wants to help you get a fresh start and a new beginning.
To minister to those involved in sex trafficking, drug addiction, and prostitution and help them rehabilitate and reform their lives.
SITG is having a work day at our building! No special skills needed.
Please come out to support SITG and our community on January 25th at 9am.
STEP ONE - Rescue via street outreach, police department and other organization’s request to help a victim.
STEP TWO – Establish trust, meet needs (meals, clean clothes, and hygiene items), obtain missing identification, and create an individual plan for recovery, referral and transportation to safe housing or recovery center.
STEP THREE – Transitional housing, clinical counseling, bible study, worship service, life skills workshops, education, employment.
STEP FOUR – Permanent housing, establish weekly or monthly contact, referral to other services as needed.
Standing in the Gap 501(c)(3) helps those involved in sex trafficking, prostitution, and drug addiction. Reminding those who have lost all hope no matter what the situation, that their lives are worth being loved.
SITG offers hope, strength and encouragement while giving them a way out of despair. Being a vibrant light of God’s love, SITG reminds those they minister to that God is always with them and this is not the life that He planned for them. When they are ready, all they have to do is reach out and we are there. Every day is another chance to rewrite their story. SITG assists them to transition into rehab with help to maintain a healthy, productive, and sober life. We plan to offer ministry, rescue services, job training, GED services, life skills and eventually employment. We want to help them get a fresh start and new beginning.MORE ABOUT US
Give us a call anytime day or night!
We are going to change lives, empower people and build meaningful connections.
We are in need of pillows, sleeping bags, winter jackets, boots, and household items like microwave, pots/pans, plates, etc.
For more information call us at (724) 701-1765
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As a nonprofit organization, we rely heavily on the kindness and generosity of others. Monetary donations, clothing and toiletry donations, donations of time, building supplies and contractual work are all needed and greatly appreciated. As well as donations of any other kind. If you or someone you know is interested in volunteering or donating to our organization please click the button below or call us at (724) 701-1765GET INVOLVED TODAY