Who We Are
While working as a therapist at a safe house for survivors, our founder and Executive Director, Mimi Johnson, noticed that many women struggled with finding and keeping a job. Addiction, lack of education, and PTSD symptoms created barriers for these women in achieving the life they wanted. Mimi felt a calling to support survivors in regaining their independence through employment. SAGE was founded to bridge the gap between survivors and the workforce, making it easier for them to transition to financial independence.
Centered in God’s love for His children, we provide employment and supportive services to female survivors of human trafficking and sexual trauma so that each woman can achieve emotional and financial independence.