Tamar’s Center is a day center that provides shelter and care for women who suffer from addiction and are being exploited through human sex trafficking. Many of these women are homeless.

We act as a first responder helping the women with their most urgent needs, ranging from food to security and from housing to medical care.

Tamar's is open:
8:00am - 2:00pm

How You Can Help

Tamar's Center

Donations and items for our pantry are also welcome and appreciated. Our biggest needs include:

     * New underwear and socks (small/average sizes)

     * Winter clothing - sweaters, sweatshirts, coats

       (particularly smaller sizes)

     * Winter outdoor gear - scarves, gloves, mittens, hats, boots

       (particularly smaller sizes)
     * Non-perishable, individually packaged snacks.
     * Pop-top canned goods (especially soup)
     * Packages of ramen noodles
     * Paper and plastic goods (plates, bowls, silverware, cups)
     * Individually wrapped candy
     * Hairbrushes and combs
     * Small or sample sized lotions, shampoo, conditioner

What We Do

On average, the number of individual clients we see is currently over 100. Over the past 18 months there has been a 256% increase in the number of client visits.

We rely on a small staff and dedicated volunteers to run the center each day. Volunteers, particularly those with a social work or medical background, are always needed.

Please contact us for more information:

Estelle McNair, Director 


Making a Difference