Our mission is to offer women who are trapped in a cycle of sexual exploitation and addiction a path to freedom, a haven for healing, and the opportunity to flourish, leading to generational change and the betterment of our Greenville community.
Our vision is a compassionate and unified community free from prostitution, sex trafficking and addiction that values and strengthens women, empowering them to reach their God-given potential.
Jasmine Road is modeled after the very successful Thistle Farms non-profit which was founded in Nashville, Tennessee by Episcopal priest Becca Stevens more than 20 years ago. The Greenville affiliate was incorporated in 2016 as a result of a partnership between Christ Church Episcopal, Triune Mercy Center and Bon Secours, St. Francis Health System. When Jasmine Road’s first safe house opened its doors in May 2018, it joined more than 40 Thistle Farms sister agencies around the country in offering a transformative two-year residential program with an innovative social enterprise component, the first of its kind in Greenville.
Jasmine Road is South Carolina’s first two-year residential program for adult women
survivors of human trafficking, prostitution, and addiction.
LoveWe are rooted in this simple word, and it all starts with home: a safe, stable, and peaceful place to rest and heal. We embrace the concept “love heals” by surrounding each woman with a community based on unconditional love.
HealThrough community partnerships, we work together to address the healing needs of each woman from an evidence- based holistic perspective.
BloomWe empower each woman to blossom and thrive by providing sustainable employment, personal and educational development opportunities, stable housing, and long-term support after graduation.
Residential Services Include: