Pearl Haven will offer a homelike environment for up to 32 adolescent females ages 11 to 17 and provide a comprehensive array of sex trafficking-specific program elements and treatment that promote trauma recovery, care coordination, and life skills development. The facility features 19 bedrooms in three wings, shared restrooms, and a gathering room for the girls to relax and socialize. Therapy rooms will enable Pearl Haven to offer individual and group therapy, while classrooms will have space for individualized education programming with a GED option for older adolescents. Life skills programming will be made possible through Pearl Haven’s commercial kitchen and demonstration area that will be used for healthy meal preparation and to teach nutrition, cooking, and business skills in the food services industry, such as baking and food preparation. The multipurpose room, movement studio, multipurpose sports court, gardens and greenhouse will provide spaces for activities and program elements that promote healing, such as creative arts, dance, music, cultural learning, therapeutic recreation, gardening and agriculture. Pearl Haven’s ground floor will be the hub of services, with space for clinical staff, program offices and a conference room for family gatherings, visitation, and training. Pearl Haven’s holistic program model will encompass comprehensive and coordinated health services designed to lessen Adverse Childhood Experiences (“ACEs”), which, if left untreated, lead to increased risk of depression, suicide, alcoholism, addiction, and chronic diseases later in life. Life skills training will also be a major component of Pearl Haven to equip traumatized children with independent living, career/job skills, and financial literacy skills necessary to break the cycle of poverty and maintain employment outside of exploitation.