Pastor David Morales in Billings has high hopes.
“It would be called the Montana Dream Center and would provide resources and help for those who have struggled with homelessness and addiction as well as other problems.
“You can find treatment if you have money or insurance, but if you don’t, it is very limited,” says Morales.
It would also be a place to help those who have fallen victim to another evil that Morales says he first became aware of while working as a truancy officer a couple decades ago.
“I was finding more and more of these little girls caught up in human trafficking or child prostitution. It was something people didn’t want to hear about, yet it is going on right underneath our noses,” he says.
“There would be a rescue floor to bring in the little girls brought in the human trafficking. The upper floors will be used for a discipleship treatment program. Six to 12 months for women. It’s not based on money whether they can pay or not. It’s based on whether they need help and need to get sober,” Morales says.
Read his inspiring story here.