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2200 S. Main St., Ste 113
Lombard, IL 60148
United States


Reclaim13 is a non-profit working to end the cycle of sexual exploitation than can lead to child sex trafficking.  We work in the areas of Healing, Prevention Education, and Community Engagement.


Cherish House

Cherish House from Reclaim13 is a long-term, trauma-informed, residential treatment facility dedicated to giving girls who are rescued victims of child sex trafficking a place of love, support, and emotional healing.


There are over 300 beds available to minors who are victims of sex trafficking in the United States. In Illinois, there are less than 15. 


  • Trauma informed therapy

  • Medical Care

  • Education

  • Housing

  • Vocational Training

  • Life Skills

Cherish House is one of the only safe options where children can be placed on a 24-hour basis. There is an enormous need for housing victims of child sex trafficking. We work closely with law enforcement and other agencies to care for girls, but the need is still enormous. 

As a long-term, trauma informed, residential treatment facility, the house provides physical safety and a loving environment where girls are supported by experienced staff as they gain the skills they need to live a life beyond exploitation. The girls are mentored, learn life skills, and are given educational opportunities that help them shape new lives for themselves.

Cherish House provides a safe and secure place where girls are no longer burdened by fear and where they can start to focus on what lies ahead rather than what’s in the past.

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“Human trafficking is an open wound on the body of contemporary society, a scourge upon the body of Christ. It is a crime against humanity.”

—Pope Francis