FInd Your Way Home: Women in Recovery from prostitution, sex trafficking, drug and alcohol addiction, human trafficking, homeless, real people, resilience, authentic, soulful, health, prostitute, recovering, addict, strength, determination, mental health, woman, silhouette, shadow, moody, bw, black and white, film photography, Ilford. Documentary, day in the life, editorial, reportage, travel, cause marketing, non-profit, food, beverage, photographer, photojournalist, journalist, pictures, photos, photographs, photo, journalist, Austin, Mississippi, Louisiana, New Orleans, Carbondale, Chattanooga, Washington DC, Louisville, Lexington, Johnson City, Knoxville, Asheville, NC, North Carolina, Nashville, Memphis, Tennessee, TN, Atlanta, Athens, Savannah, Georgia, GA, Chicago, Illinois, Southeast, Midwest, St. Louis, Missouri, Indiana, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Little Rock, Arkansas, AK, portrait, freelancer, freelance
Find Your Way Home
An intimate portrait series of women in a residential recovery program for sexual abuse, sex trafficking, prostitution, and chemical addiction.
What recovery means for these women is moving from the cycle of addiction and life on the streets to a place of healing, restored hope, restored lives and restored relationships. Children and families thought forever lost, are reunited. Long buried dreams for a stable, fulfilling, and purposeful life become possible.
The unanticipated gifts of of this new way of living are the close relationships and community that develops when these women trudge the road of recovery together. It is with the support from the program and in fellowship with her sisters, she will find her true home - a place where she is comfortable in her own skin, safe again, loved, and accepted.