The Rescue Project being housed in a former hotel, we realized the obvious parallels between past and present accommodations could be traumatic and negatively influence the girl’s recovery, or if she would even stay in the program. So we said, let’s start a project with 10 rooms, basically take them down to the studs, bring in the top interior designers in the Valley, and create the dream rooms these girls never had as kids.
The initial minutes, hours and days that a young women first walks into her beautiful Dream Room are wholly committed to her safety, her security and her feeling welcomed and loved. Since the launch of the first phase of the Dream Rooms, the recidivism rate has plummeted. In fact, in early spring, we will begin construction on the second phase of the Dream Rooms, and the design specification for this new phase is aimed at serving the 30% of girls who come into the program pregnant, and who will become new mothers while in The Rescue Project.
We are forever grateful to: Desert Star Construction, Arizona Foothills Magazine, Mark and Chrissy Donnelly and the generous designers Amelia Kizerian Interiors, Janet Brooks Design, Karen Rapp Interiors, Overstreet Interiors, Ownby Design, Oz Architects, Palm Design Group, TM Design Studio, Treken Interiors, and Vallone Design.
Thank you for living beyond yourselves so that you could give into the lives of others.