Our mission is to LOVE back to life, set-free, restore, and equip women in the sex industry, victims of sex trafficking, depression and chemical addictions, to live healthy, hopeful, and Christ centered lives.We are a 501c3 charitable non-profit residential program that longs to provide a safe, secure environment in which female victims will receive physical, emotional, and spiritual healing, and learn the skills necessary for self-reliance and reintegration to society.
We want to change a culture that still allows human beings to be bought and sold. We believe that in the end, LOVE is the strongest force for change in the world.
We are an organization that offers 12 months of healing in our Phase 1 Hosea House. This phase will be divided into two sections with 8 months of deep inner heart healing and 4 months of transitional preparation.
Phase 2 is a 12 -18 month program at our Alabaster House. Our residents will continue to develop in a structured environment, do part-time program, work part-time/full time, school, obtain there GED, go to recovery meetings, learn money management, and obtain a place of their own.
Please help us in obtaining our goal by donating now, donations are tax deductible.
Build a community of UBL Homes to restore survivors of sex trafficking and substance abuse
Walk with the women through our Long Term Restorative Care Program
Host events at our lake house to serve, empower and equip advocates of trafficking victims
My name is Jewellan Morrison, I am the Founder and Program Director of Unshackled by Love Ministries. The mission of Unshackled by Love is simple: We offer a 1 to 2 years residential care program where marginalized women, and survivors of human trafficking can receive physical, emotional, and spiritual healing, while learning the skills necessary for self-reliance and reintegration into society.
UBL was founded in 2015, after I spent four years working directly with women who wanted to leave the sex industry. I saw the need for a long-term, trauma based restorative care program, where women could get sober, learn job skills, and most importantly, regain a sense of identity and self-worth. Since we opened our doors, we have served countless women and had the privilege of seeing many of them graduate the program, get GEDs, hold jobs, and live a new life, free of drugs and sexual exploitation.
We currently have two safe houses: Phase 1 of the program is located at our trauma-based residential rehab house, where ladies gain structure, and much needed healing. Phase 2 of the program is located at our transitional living home, where the goal is to give the residents the same safety and care they experienced in the early stages of the program, with less structure, so they can work, and practice life skills. For the residents, this is an intermediary step between the insular environment of the safe house and living on her own after graduation.
Please explore our website to see what each resident receives while in our trauma-based rehab house and learn more about who we are, our mission, and our values.
Jewellan D. Morrison
Jewellan D. Morrison/Founder