Our vision is that every girl under the age of 18 in and from Delaware that is freed from sex trafficking is provided the opportunity for full rehabilitation.

Mission: As a faith based non-profit our mission is to provide a home that offers physical, emotional, and spiritual healing to victims of Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking in and from Delaware.



yolandaYolanda Schlabach


Yolanda is a Registered Nurse, having worked in labor and delivery and N.IC.U. She earned a Bachelor's Degree in Organizational Leadership and Management from Regent Univeristy in 2004 then graduated from Libery University with a Master's in Human Services & Counseling. Yolanda attended the University of Maryland, earning a certificate in Working with Survivors of Violence, Trauma and Torture. She is currently enrolled in a doctorate program for community counseling and trauma. 

Yolanda served as a member of Delaware's Human Trafficking Coordinating Council and Co-Chair of the Victim Services Committee from 2015-2017. She is the Founder of DelCAT (Delaware Coalition Against Trafficking). Yolanda is a member of the Salvation Army Statewide Advisory Board as Human Trafficking Advisory Board and a member of the Governor's Interstate Compact for Juveniles. 

Yolanda has served as Executive Director of Zoe Ministries, Inc. since 2012, when the organization received 501c3 status. For the past several years, she has spent her time engaged in public awareness and professional education to bring the reality of human trafficking to the forefront in Delaware. The organization's goal is tobring long-term housing and aftercare for minor trafficking survivors in Delaware. 

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The founder and president of Atlantic Aluminum Products, Dan Schlabach, witnessed the evolution of AAP from a small local company, to a corporation that encompasses the Mid-Atlantic region. AAP began as a humble business committed to upholding the integrity of its products, as well as commitments to its customers and employees; with Dan as its compass, Atlantic Aluminum has grown while continuing to value these core principles.

A native of Delaware, Dan is on the board of directors of: Delmarva Christian High School, 88.7 The Bridge, and Zoë Ministries. Dan and his wife of 25 years, Yolanda, currently reside in Sussex County with their three children.


Tanya JohnsonTanya Johnson


Ms. Tanya Johnson has dedicated her professional career in the human services field serving in an array of position for the past 24 years. Mrs. Johnson, a master’s level Mental Health Clinician, has provided counseling services for more than twenty years with families impacted by trauma, abuse and violence. Families in distress, foster care youth; sexually violated teens and the severely mentally ill are those of whom she has a passion to serve. Her career has afforded her the opportunity to practice in North Carolina, Illinois, Pennsylvania, the California Bay Area, and for the past several years here in the great state of Delaware.

Mrs. Johnson would say that teaching and serving others is her greatest passion. Helping individuals develop effective coping strategies to move onto fruitful and productive lives healed of their past is her greatest reward.

Currently, Mrs. Johnson works for Pressley Ridge- Treatment Foster Care as the Program Supervisor and advocates for ending Human Trafficking throughout the state of Delaware. Mrs. Johnson sits on the Wilmington University Ad Hoc Human Trafficking Advisory Board, An Adjunct Instructor for Wilmington University, Zoe Ministries Board Member and a member of DelCAT (Delaware Coalition Against Human Trafficking).



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Maria Martinez is an Emergency Room/Trauma Nurse at Beebe Healthcare and is a Bilingual (Spanish) hospital-trained Forensic Nurse/Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner specializing in Human Trafficking. She works directly with sexual assault victims/survivors and is also on the Human Trafficking Committee at Beebe Healthcare.

Maria is a board member of Wilmington University's Human Trafficking Advisory Board. She is also on the Delaware Coalition Against Trafficking: Trafficking Provider's Research Sub-Committee.

Maria also serves as a Medical Interpreter, Medical Volunteer and is a member of the International Association of Forensic Nurses. Maria graduated with her BSN in Nursing from Wilmington University in Delaware.



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Fred Mast, CPA


Fred Mast graduated from the University of Delaware with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting degree in 2002 and immediately began working for Jefferson, Urian, Doane & Sterner, P.A., a local public accounting firm. Fred obtained his Certified Public Accounting (CPA) license in 2004, and is currently the office managing shareholder of their Georgetown, DE office.

Fred has lived in Sussex County his entire life and serves on several local board of directors
including Nanticoke Health Services, Inc., and Sya Sue & Anthony Too, Inc. He also serves on
several local non-profit finance committees as well. Fred is heavily involved at his church,
working with local youth, and enjoys living outside of Greenwood with his wife and three



Capture 1Marlene A. Saunders, DSW, MWS


Marlene A. Saunders, DSW, MWS, is a social worker, social work educator and administrator. Her efforts have focused on maximizing relationships to enable people from diverse backgrounds to work together to achieve social justice for everyone. She has pursued this goal as a former executive director of the National Association of Social Workers, Delaware Chapter, as a former chairperson for the Department of Social Work at Delaware State University, a member of the NAACP, State Conference Housing and Economic Development Committee and as a member of the Wilmington Community Advisory for the Youth Violence Prevention and Positive Youth Development.

Dr. Saunders earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology at Delaware State University and her MSW and DSW degrees from the University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy and Practice (formerly University of Pennsylvania School of Social Work). She lives in Bridgeville, DE.




Eileen Wilkerson

Eileen Wilkerson entered the Human ​S​ervice​s​ field in 2002 after receiving her BSW from Delaware State University. In 2015​,​ she received her Masters degree in Human ​S​ervices from Capella University and is currently ​pursuing her second Masters degree in Marriage and Family Counseling.

She has always had a passion for adolescents and has worked with th​at population​ since 2002. Eileen’s current position is ​Center Director ​at the Delaware Adolescent Program Inc, (DAPI) where she has been employed for the past 13 years. At DAPI​,​ Eileen empowers young ladies to be the best they can be while continuing their education. The impact she has had on these young ladies lives will influence generations. Her mottos ​include​: “​E​verything is a teachable moment” and “Now that you are a mother​,​ giving up is no longer and option."



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