Sanctum House in Royal Oak provides survivors of human trafficking with a safe home to heal and help rebuild their lives. When it opened in February 2018, it became the first facility of its kind in southeast Michigan. The organization offers a voluntary residential 24-month program for women at least 18 years of age. It also offers treatment for up to 12 women that addresses mental and physical health, and offers other supportive services in order to move them towards a life of safety and self-sufficiency. Sanctum House also has partnered with a variety of agencies, including the Michigan Human Trafficking Task Force, in order to offer education and life skills to each resident. Through its outreach program, the organization raises awareness about human trafficking to the community. It reaches out to parents and youth to help potential victims through understanding and education efforts.