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.

Your amazing support enabled Peoria Home to continue our mission through another year of COVID challenges.
 

Because of you, our small staff and handful of volunteers, supported 12 women in our resident & affiliate programs by providing: 

  • transportation to & from appointments
  • weekly case management 
  • resource support: medical/dental/mental health, legal, recovery, internships
  • life-skills/group classes; menu planning, money management, communication, anger management
  • the peace of stable housing to work on mental and physical healing
  • …and so much more.

Because of you, we assisted three of our residents in need of corrective surgeries to repair damage caused from their previous life. These medical procedures are life changing for our residents and would not have been possible without your support. 

And our Volunteers are priceless!

  • Weekly volunteer, Char, transported the women for groceries and other errands as well as helping with projects around the house. 
  • The home’s yard maintenance has been regularly tended to by Patrick.
  • Volunteer Teena, has provided weekly tutoring for a resident working to get her GED.
  • A volunteer group from Zonta Club of Everett gave the homes Zen room and a bathroom a much needed fresh coat of paint!

If you are interested in volunteering, complete our volunteer application here. 
 

Thank you for your continued support of the women survivors at Peoria Home




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Tuesday January 25th
Peoria Home

PEORIA HOME is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting women survivors of sex trafficking, prostitution, and addiction. Our vision is for women to grow individually, reclaiming their freedom while living in community. Located in Everett, WA, Peoria Home supports women in Snohomish County and across the US.
We are a best practice, community-based residential model where residents and graduates of our programs experience transformative and sustainable change through long-term, rent-free housing, mental health & recovery support, case management, life-skills education, job training, and employment.

POSITION SUMMARY

The Executive Director is the face of the organization, representing Peoria Home to regulatory bodies, community and civic organizations, donors, funders and supporters, and the general public. The Executive Director role currently part-time at 30 hours a week. Is tasked with implementing the strategic goals and objectives of the organization and providing support and direct leadership toward the achievement of the organization’s philosophy, mission, and strategy.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Overview of Functions:
 Board Administration and Support – Supports operations and administration of Board by advising and informing Board members, interfacing between Board and Staff.
 Development Focus with Fundraising, Events, and Donor Stewardship - Oversees design, marketing, promotion, delivery and quality of programs and services.
 Financial, Tax, and Risk Management – Recommends yearly budget for Board approval and prudently manages organization’s resources within budget guidelines.
 Human Resource Management – Effectively manages the human resources of the organization according to authorized personnel policies and procedures.
 Community and Public Relations – Assures the organization and its mission, programs and services are consistently presented in strong, positive image to relevant stakeholders.

QUALIFICATIONS

• Bachelor’s degree in a related field or years of experience will be considered in lieu of a degree. Experience and training in non-profit management highly desired.
• Prior experience in similar role or extensive experience as Development Director within a non-profit highly desired.
• Proven track record working with employee/volunteers, donors and the community.
• At least three (3) years’ experience in managing employees.
• Strong team building skills and proven project management skills.
• Excellent reading, analyzing, speaking, and writing skills.
• Professional interpersonal communication skills, attitude and appearance.
• Ability to work in difficult situations and with all members of the community.
• Intermediate to advanced skill level in computer software including QuickBooks Accounting Software, Word, Excel, Outlook, and MS Office Suite-all versions.
• Ability to pass Washington State background check.
• Possess and maintain current driver’s license and retain auto insurance as law requires.
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Tuesday January 25th
Peoria Home
Words are sometimes hard to find to express the gratitude we feel for the support of our community! Thank you to Gayle O. and Rob L. for these amazing gifts that arrived in the last week. 

Helping to ensure the women at Peoria Home have the necessary supplies to care for themselves and the beautiful house that is their home during their recovery. 
#bornworthy #loveheals

Words are sometimes hard to find to express the gratitude we feel for the support of our community! Thank you to Gayle O. and Rob L. for these amazing gifts that arrived in the last week.

Helping to ensure the women at Peoria Home have the necessary supplies to care for themselves and the beautiful house that is their home during their recovery.
#bornworthy #loveheals
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