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The Problem
The Problem

Every 10 minutes, one person is trafficked into the U.S.  Around the World, a victim is exploited every minute. Each year, more than 1 million children are exploited in the global commercial sex trade.

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How You Can Help

•MONETARY

•VEHICLES

•PRODUCT DONATIONS

•YOUR TIME AS A VOLUNTEER

Contact us


910.423.0128

2106 Hope Mills Road
Fayetteville, NC   28304

Email:  pearliehodges@lifematterstoo.org

Statistics
Statistics

North Carolina is ranked eight among all 50 states in terms of reported human trafficking cases. More than half of all HT cases filed in NC State Courts during fiscal year 2017, occurred in Cumberland County. In 2017,

Succeed
Succeed

A Safe & Supportive Place to Live

Our 2-year residential program, based in Fayetteville, North Carolina will provide housing, food, healthcare, counseling and basic needs, free of  charge to residents.

Resolution
Resolution

A Meaningful Job

Residents are either enrolled in school,  employed or volunteering preparing themselves to learn new job skills and make a living wage to become self supportive.

We Provide 

Life Matters Residential Community falls under the umbrella of Life Matters Centers for Hope Health and Healing (Life Matters).  The organization, established in 2012,  is a Non-Profit 501 (c)(3) entity that seeks to provide counseling, education, consultation, and enrichment programs that help people break free from psychological, emotional, addictive, social and any other bondages that prevent them from experiencing the life that God intended them to live. Simply stated, our goal is to "Help people think better so that they can live better."  How we think determines how we live

Group Counseling

•Safe and sober housing community

•Case Management

•Professional referral support

•Inpatient/Outpatient treatment referral

•Instill life skills, accountability, and responsibility

•Financial planning

•Health and wellness plans

•Career direction and educational resources