2022 Annual Report

We are grateful for everyone who made last year a success in helping survivors of sexual exploitation find their voice and journey towards healing. Click the link below to view our current Annual Report which shares the impact you helped make on your community.

Our Mission

Through holistic care, Scarlet Road offers the hope of freedom to those who have been sexually exploited.

At Scarlet Road, we believe in the possibility that hope brings. Each journey is unique and every story sacred. We believe each person can begin their journey of healing right where they are and that every person should be loved and supported.

We provide critical safety and basic needs to help stabilize individuals coming out of the trauma of sexual exploitation. From there we work to support each survivor on their journey of building emotional and physical health, reducing barriers, pursuing future goals, identifying healthy boundaries, spiritual discovery, and self-awareness.

Scarlet Road provides diverse support in the areas of employment assistance, housing support services, educational advising, therapeutic and mental health resources, treatment referrals, and a network of trusted resources. We do this in order to create an individualized opportunity for healing and lasting change for each person. Scarlet Road invests in survivors in a way that is relevant to the individual. We believe in offering not just a program for healing, but the foundation for sustainable change, and a promising future to build upon.

Our Values

We value the voice and wisdom of every survivor.

We value the process of restoration.

 We value the community’s role in collaborating together. 

Our Vision


A vibrant life of freedom for every person.

Our Beliefs

As a Christ-centered organization, we are ultimately shaped by the heart of Jesus to offer healing to the brokenhearted and to proclaim freedom for the captives (Luke 4:16-21). We seek to follow his command to love God and all people as we advocate for the oppressed.

We affirm the Apostles Creed which is held to by Christians around the world and throughout history.

“I believe in God, the Father almighty, creator of heaven and earth. I believe in Jesus Christ, his only Son our Lord. He was conceived of the Virgin Mary. He suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, died, and was buried. He descended to the dead. On the third day he rose again. He ascended into heaven, and is seated at the right hand of the Father. He will come again to judge the living and the dead. I believe in the Holy Spirit, the holy catholic (or universal) Church, the communion of saints, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body, and the life everlasting.”

Our Story

Since our inception, Scarlet Road has worked together with our community to break through the stigmas that survivors face, providing safe and manageable roads to recovery.


In 2008 the founders first assembled, recognizing a significant gap for survivors of exploitation in our community. Their passion and drive stemmed from the knowledge that these were their friends, their family, and their community members who needed support, care and real solutions that worked.


During a time when resources and best practice models were limited, hard work, creativity and the ability to adapt resulted in a flexible programming structure that truly met the needs of this unique and resilient community of survivors.


Listening and learning from leaders in the field and survivors themselves, built our foundation and shaped Scarlet Road. As we look to the future we are committed to listening to these collective voices to provide uncompromised programming and unwavering hope for survivors of exploitation.

2008 Our Founding Leaders first assembled to tackle a need in our community.

2008 Launched the first Human Trafficking Awareness Fundraiser for Kitsap County: The Freedom 5K

2009 Began providing direct outreach services to survivors

2011 Scarlet Road’s founding board convened and incorporated as a not for profit organization

2012 Began the process of research and building the aftercare program

Accepted our first aftercare client

2016  Scarlet Road moved into it’s own  building for the first time

2017 Launched the UnBroken youth prevention curriculum in schools across Kitsap County

Began offering therapeutic support groups for survivors in aftercare

2018 Opened Kitsap County’s first drop in center and hotline for survivors of exploitation

2020 Implemented Kitsap County’s first screening tool for survivors in the Kitsap County Jail

2021 Expanded programming to create Kitsap’s first rental assistance program for survivors

2022 Expanded the screening tool to the Kitsap County Juvenile Detention Center

2023 Expanded to provide services to males and all genders

2024 Expanded services to WCCCW and MCCCW prison facilities




Scarlet Road is paving the way from sexual exploitation to wholeness.