OUR MISSION is to provide sanctuary and support for women survivors of sex trafficking, prostitution, and addiction.
OUR VISION is for women growing individually and reclaiming their freedom while living in community.

PEORIA HOME RESOURCE LINE: (425)309-5203, Our ‘Resource Line’ is available for women in or out of the life. We are here for you. Looking for community resources, we can help. TEXT or CALL. All information is confidential.

Peoria Home is so very grateful for the support from an amazing community!

A gift of $10,000 from Portland’s, Brides For A Cause, arrived in April – Sexual Assault Awareness Month! Providing support for our residents as they work through the Peoria Home program and their recovery.
  
Kia of Everett’s
new owners, Jeanna & Chris Brown, shared with us how important giving back is to them and supporting their local community. We are so very grateful they have selected Peoria Home as their annual charity of choice!  Peoria Home’s first ever annual sponsorship!  Their gift of $12,000 goes directly to ensuring our residential home remains a safe, warm, healthy environment for our women survivors. 


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Saturday September 11th
Peoria Home
We would like to take this opportunity to announce that our Executive Director, Terri L Inglis, is retiring and off to new adventures in Portugal!  Thank you Terri for all your hard work with Peoria Home for the last couple of years! We will miss you but wish you and Ken all the best on your new adventures! Cant wait to hear about them!

We would like to welcome our new Executive Director, Senovia Lehman, to the Circle! We are excited to see where your leadership will take us! 

Here is Senovias bio:
Senovia D. Lehman, MS is an experienced Executive Officer, Grant Writer, and Certified Fundraising Professional with over 20 years in Nonprofit Leadership and Resource Development. She is a graduate of Eastern New Mexico University, Boise State University, University of Phoenix and is currently completing a Ph.D. in Psychology with North Central University.
She began her nonprofit career as an educator serving inner-city schools for the Wayne County Public Schools as an English Teacher working in North Carolina. Through her work she began efforts in after-school programs where she was introduced to Federal Title I, Part A, funding through the Every Student Succeeds Act mentored by Marilyn C. Benton Ed.D. and her husband and business partner Kenneth E. Benton E.D. Duke University Professors who owned and operate Academics Plus, Inc. She continued her nonprofit experience as a Project Officer through the Department of State Health Services managing 6-million-dollars in Federal funding as an Administrator for Ryan White Part B/C, HIV/AIDS Prevention Programs through the United States Department of Health and Human Services effort in partnership with the US CDC, with an additional 6 million in HOPWA: HIV/AIDS Housing Homelessness Prevention funding through a HUD initiative for the Panwest Region of Texas. She has been a Deputy Director for Capacity Builders Native Nonprofit Organization serving Navajo Nation managing 4 million dollars in Federal Grant programs in every capacity from Youth Prevention projects to Research serving youth in the 27,000 square miles of Navajo Nation Reservation Land, and in border town efforts in NM, AZ, and Utah. As a Consultant she has completed Development Contracts for Seattle Jobs Initiative, Seattle Indian Health Board, Community Action Skagit County most recently completing regulatory compliance contracts for Journey Housing and Payee Services, Boys and Girls Club of Whatcom County, and Young Women’s Christian Association. As a Peer Reviewer for Federal and State Grants and Local Foundations she has completed peer reviews for DOJ, HHS, SAMHSA, USDA, to name a few, recently completing peer review for the WA Department of Commerce and Schools Out Washington Relief grant for Region 12 of Washington State reviewing grant applications for Skagit and Whatcom County.  A transplant to Washington State six years ago, she is compelled to help the most disproportionately impacted communities dedicated to changing adverse outcomes for survivors of Sex Trafficking, Prostitution, and Chemical Dependency as she joins the team at Peoria Home.

We would like to take this opportunity to announce that our Executive Director, Terri L Inglis, is retiring and off to new adventures in Portugal! Thank you Terri for all your hard work with Peoria Home for the last couple of years! We will miss you but wish you and Ken all the best on your new adventures! Can't wait to hear about them!

We would like to welcome our new Executive Director, Senovia Lehman, to the Circle! We are excited to see where your leadership will take us!

Here is Senovia's bio:
Senovia D. Lehman, MS is an experienced Executive Officer, Grant Writer, and Certified Fundraising Professional with over 20 years in Nonprofit Leadership and Resource Development. She is a graduate of Eastern New Mexico University, Boise State University, University of Phoenix and is currently completing a Ph.D. in Psychology with North Central University.
She began her nonprofit career as an educator serving inner-city schools for the Wayne County Public Schools as an English Teacher working in North Carolina. Through her work she began efforts in after-school programs where she was introduced to Federal Title I, Part A, funding through the Every Student Succeeds Act mentored by Marilyn C. Benton Ed.D. and her husband and business partner Kenneth E. Benton E.D. Duke University Professors who owned and operate Academics Plus, Inc. She continued her nonprofit experience as a Project Officer through the Department of State Health Services managing 6-million-dollars in Federal funding as an Administrator for Ryan White Part B/C, HIV/AIDS Prevention Programs through the United States Department of Health and Human Services effort in partnership with the US CDC, with an additional 6 million in HOPWA: HIV/AIDS Housing Homelessness Prevention funding through a HUD initiative for the Panwest Region of Texas. She has been a Deputy Director for Capacity Builders Native Nonprofit Organization serving Navajo Nation managing 4 million dollars in Federal Grant programs in every capacity from Youth Prevention projects to Research serving youth in the 27,000 square miles of Navajo Nation Reservation Land, and in border town efforts in NM, AZ, and Utah. As a Consultant she has completed Development Contracts for Seattle Jobs Initiative, Seattle Indian Health Board, Community Action Skagit County most recently completing regulatory compliance contracts for Journey Housing and Payee Services, Boys and Girls Club of Whatcom County, and Young Women’s Christian Association. As a Peer Reviewer for Federal and State Grants and Local Foundations she has completed peer reviews for DOJ, HHS, SAMHSA, USDA, to name a few, recently completing peer review for the WA Department of Commerce and Schools Out Washington Relief grant for Region 12 of Washington State reviewing grant applications for Skagit and Whatcom County. A transplant to Washington State six years ago, she is compelled to help the most disproportionately impacted communities dedicated to changing adverse outcomes for survivors of Sex Trafficking, Prostitution, and Chemical Dependency as she joins the team at Peoria Home.
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Welcome Senovia, Glad to have you and your expertise to help Peoria Home move on.

Welcome, Senovia 😁 so excited to see what the future holds for you and Peoria Home 😁

Welcome, Senovia. 💐

Welcome Senovia!

Congratulations! - to Senovia and Peoria Home! And best wishes to Terri on her new adventure.

Congratulations, Peoria Home!! 😍

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Saturday September 4th
Peoria Home
Wow! The Peoria Home community continues to amaze and inspire us. Your Resident Essential Wish List donations make a world of difference for the women survivors we support!
THANK YOU!! 💕

#bornworthy #loveheals #peoriahomeproject

Wow! The Peoria Home community continues to amaze and inspire us. Your Resident Essential Wish List donations make a world of difference for the women survivors we support!
THANK YOU!! 💕

#bornworthy #loveheals #peoriahomeproject
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