Since 2015, SRP and our community have accomplished great things! We've served 19 women with services through SRP and have encouraged many other women "in the life" to see an opportunity out.  

Scarlet Rope Project provides a holistic individual care plan for each woman in our program.

Some elements of care that we offer are listed below:

  • A safe place to call home

    • SRP provides housing, utilities, groceries, etc.

  • Job Placement Assistance

  • Tutoring and guided preparation for the HiSET (high school equivalency test)

  • Counseling

    • Individual and group with licensed counselors

  • MRT (Moral Reconation Therapy) 

  • Alcoholics Anonymous/Narcotics Anonymous/Celebrate Recovery Meetings

  • Intensive Outpatient Program/Drug Court

  • Parenting Classes

  • Financial Planning Classes

  • Daily Bible Studies

  • Mentor Program

  • Art Therapy

  • Cooking Classes

  • Mindfulness Techniques/Yoga

  • Elevate Academy

  • Opportunities for Community Volunteering

Accomplishments of various survivors in our program: 

  • Renewal of driver's licenses

  • Beginning college courses

  • Beginning new jobs

  • Participation in ministry 

  • Reconnecting with supportive family members

  • Implementation of self-care techniques and coping skills

These are just a few of the many successes. Our women strive daily to break the chains of bondage and trauma through diligence, prayer, determination, and the love of Christ. We are beyond grateful for the outpouring of love and support from our community. Our volunteers help us with our daily needs and love our women well. The encouragement, support, and services provided by our trauma-informed partners are invaluable. SRP truly is a gift to our community as well as the women we serve. 

A letter from one of our participants

Working with the women of Scarlet Rope has become one of the highlights of my work, thus far. Their desire for healing, restoration, hope and a future is inspiring. Having the opportunity to speak worth and dignity into lives that have been living with the lies of abuse is my joy and honor.
— Annie Ross, LCSW