Issue 3 - December 2020
Message from the President
As we end the year, I want to thank you for your continuing support of Bakhita Mountain Home. This year has proven to be quite a challenge - with many new opportunities to do things in a different way. 
I hope you and your loved ones are able to be present for each other during the Season, even if that is through a video call!
Stay well and stay healthy. I look forward to connecting again in the New Year.

Steve Tucker, Ph.D.
Board of Directors President
Bakhita Mountain Home
Thank You
As we close the door on 2020, we want to thank everyone for their interest, support, and tangible gifts to: Bakhita Mountain Home, a residential community where love heals, restores, and empowers women impacted by human trafficking. Thanks to each for helping us to pay for the remodeling and furnishings of our home for women survivors of human trafficking.  Bakhita is a new ministry in El Paso County and your support is crucial for our continued success. During these days when nature is in a long darkest; Bahkita Mountain Home will bring LIGHT, call individuals to HOPE, help to find JOY, to experience COMFORT in true and enduring friendships, and embrace one’s BEAUTY of soul, realizing that God is always coming to love and be with us. Be at Peace.      
Sister Rose Ann Barmann,OSB
Board Member
Bakhita Mountain Home
Bakhita Mountain Home is a non-profit that assists women transitioning from human trafficking to self-sufficiency and successful reintegration into society. Women experience healing through three components: 

  • Safe haven
  • Trauma-informed therapy
  • Life-enhancing skills

Bakhita Mountain Home, Inc is a 501(c) (3).
EIN 83-1951199
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