To provide safe housing and support for individuals who identify as women, and who are victims of sexual exploitation and/or human trafficking.
In addition to safe housing and support, a primary focus lies in assisting residents to build towards self-reliance, resilience, and overall well-being. The journey to emotional and physical strength includes having resources such as life-skills training and education, available to all who enter. Elora House proudly offers all residents unconditional kindness, protection, and freedom.
The Elora House story is one of collaboration;
it is the bedrock of who we are as an organization.
We recognize and aim to complement the many organizations and community partners currently doing the hard work to help combat sexual exploitation and human trafficking in our community, and beyond.
It all began when Elora House Founder, Luisa Krause, attended a local conference. She was so moved by what she learned at that time, that she almost immediately began the journey to working towards being able to provide safety for victims. The dreams quickly evolved into goals that included offering safe housing designed to inspire personal transformation and restoration, as well as supporting the victims with unconditional kindness, acceptance, and support, as they work to move beyond their experiences. Today, we all work together to help see the dream of ending Sexual Exploitation and Human Trafficking.