Human Trafficking


Bobbie Mark

Bobbie is the Director of Survivor Care and has led the development of the aftercare programs utilized by Redeemed Ministries to care for women traumatized by commercial sexual exploitation.  She received training from MISSSEY (Mentoring, Inspiring, Supporting, Serving Sexually Exploited Youth).  In addition to program development, Bobbie is also involved in Intake Assessment and Case Management, as well as supervising safe house operations.

Bobbie and her husband Dennis have served as full-time Resident Advisors in the Redeemed Ministries Sparrow House for almost eight years.  They have been married 34 years and have three children and three grandchildren.


Redeemed Ministries

Redeemed Ministries has operated a long term safe house program since 2010. We started out with a small house in Houston and have since grown to a short three month program for four women into a year long program for eight. We have also sought the insight and wisdom of leading psychologists in the nation to help educate and train our staff on complex PTSD that is specific for human trafficking victims. Throughout the years, we have learned more and more about what human trafficking survivors need to help overcome their trauma and move past the difficulties of life. Through this, we have also been able to become a helpful resource for others wishing to do the same thing all over the nation.

Our mission has always been to offer restoration services to adult survivors of domestic sex trafficking with a trauma-informed, holistic healing program and the support of our community partners.