The Exodus Foundation seeks to become a national leader in eliminating violence against women, and bringing a permanent end to human and sex trafficking.
Since 2015, we have been at the forefront of efforts to ensure that women victims of violence, sex trafficking, and human trafficking receive dignity in the healing process, as well as access to stable housing, job training, and counseling services.
Our mission is to provide an exit, or an exodus, to all women from domestic violence, sex trafficking, and human trafficking.
The Exodus Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization headquartered in Southeast Michigan. Our work helps women and communities from all over the United States.
Our shelter, Sonia's House, was opened in September 2017. Sonia's House is named after Executive Director Harriet Cammock's mother, who passed away in June 2017. Using the inheritance left by her mother, Ms. Cammock purchased the facility as a response to the crisis of homelessness caused by women fleeing violence. Sonia's House is the first, and as of today, only, shelter in Southeast Michigan that provides housing for victims of human & sex trafficking.
Today, Sonia's House provides temporary housing for homeless women over the age of 18 who are victims of violence and human & sex trafficking. While housed at the shelter, women receive free victim-based counseling from licensed therapists, job skills training, transportation assistance, referrals for employment, financial assistance, and healthcare professionals. All services for Sonia's House occupants are provided on-site.
As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, contributions to The Exodus Foundation are tax deductible under the terms of the tax code.
The Exodus Foundation's work has been covered by The Michigan Chronicle, Fox 2 News Detroit, WWJ NewsRadio 950, and The Detroit News, among other publications.
The Exodus Foundation thrives on volunteerism and community donations. Your contribution makes it possible for us to provide these services to homeless women who are victims of violence. Click the "Contribute Here" button on our home page to make your donation today.