About Us

Our Mission

Libertas Home’s mission is to provide restoration to survivors and prevention for the community. We provide restoration through building a safe home for survivors who are minors, and we offer trafficking prevention by community education.

Our Vision

Through God's grace, our vision is to see the end of trafficking in the DMV area. Sex trafficking is a devastating part of American culture, and not a problem that can be solved by one organization or even multiple organizations. It will take communities willing to face the darkness, sacrifice their comfort to help the oppressed, and stand in the gap for the vulnerable.

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Our Vision

Through God's grace, our vision is to see the end of trafficking in the DMV area. Sex trafficking is a devastating part of American culture, and not a problem that can be solved by one organization or even multiple organizations. It will take communities willing to face the darkness, sacrifice their comfort to help the oppressed, and stand in the gap for the vulnerable.

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Our Values

  • Compassionate

    Everyone has been through some sort of difficulty or trauma in life. We come together in the realization that what has happened to survivors is more than we could ever imagine, and we support them in their healing and growth by offering trauma-informed and individualized care for each survivor.

  • Coordinated

    We work together with other organizations in order to ensure that no one slips through the cracks and in order to provide the best service possible to survivors.

  • Community Oriented

    We desire to aid our community to see the signs of trafficking in order to prevent more evil. We believe that our children are the future and they are precious. We strive to support our community in growing in knowledge and compassion as we work together to eradicate this evil.

  • Christ-Centered

    We believe that true religion does not consist in pious words, but in loving deeds that come from faith and are empowered by grace. We believe that our own love overflows from Christ and His sacrifice for us. We, therefore, attempt to demonstrate that love to others, and especially to those who are oppressed and vulnerable.

Our Board

Bejjani

Prisca Bejjani

Director
Chen

Adam Chen

Secretary
Veilleux

Matt Veilleux

Treasurer
Lieu

Christopher Lieu

Operations Officer

Our Logo

Our director, also an artist, painted the logo in watercolor herself and a wonderful graphic designer created the vector images for it.
Both the colors and shapes have specific meanings. Blue represents peace, and green represents healing, while yellow represents joy and happiness.

The path winds up to the house, showing the difficult path survivors have had to travel to reach it, but is yellow, demonstrating that healing and happiness are possible. The sunlight pours through the house from the sun behind it, representing Christ as we follow Him and try to share His love with those in our care.

The trees on each side of the house and the stream on each side of the path refer to the trees and stream in the book of Revelation, where John writes, "On either side of the river was the tree of life, bearing twelve kinds of fruit, yielding its fruit every month; and the leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations" (Revelation 22:2).

Libertas Home Logo

Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of compassion and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our troubles so that we can comfort those in any trouble with the comfort we ourselves receive from God. –2 Corinthians 1:3-4