The Demand Project’s Residential Home For Underage Girls 11-17

Rescued from Human Trafficking, Online Enticement,
Child Abuse Imagery, and Commercial Sexual Exploitation

Through generous donations, countless volunteer hours, and the support of community and political leaders, The Demand Project operates one of the largest residential campus in the United States for females between 11-17 years old that have been victims of human trafficking or sexual exploitation.


Mount Arukah Campus Environment

Strategically located in a remote area in the beautiful mountains of Oklahoma, the Mount Arukah campus is comprised of five houses set up for home dorm style living for up to 60 girls, a dining hall, campus clinic, online school, life skills training, and therapeutic recreational activities. Each house will be supervised by a trained house guardian and the leadership home will offer working space for the Executive Director, Clinical Director, and Campus Coordinator.

The Journey Program offered at Mount Arukah is a resident-focused, community-centered, trauma-informed approach that focuses on restoring human-trafficked and sexually exploited victims to survivors, and equipping survivors to become thriving individuals. Unlike most residential programs, Mount Arukah is fortunate to have a passionate, driven in-house legal team that can provide victims the opportunity to achieve restorative justice and customized free legal representation when needed.

Mount Arukah Story

Mount Arukah is The Demand Project’s residential campus for girls ages 11-17 surviving human trafficking or commercial sexual exploitation.