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We are surrounding single

moms on their journey  to


and  freedom.


We provide safe 

housing and discipleship for Moms while they're getting their lives back on track. 





Nearly 8 million women in the United States hold the title of “single mom”. Many of these women are hurt, broken and alone, having experienced significant trauma in their lives. Unfortunately, the effects of this trauma endures for generations beyond and most often the cycle of brokenness and pain continues.



defined as a Hebrew word...

calling for a break in the

singing of the Psalm.

The Vision

When Selah Place was just a dream the Lord had given, He spoke the word Selah over that dream and gave the directive that Selah Place would indeed be a place for women and their children to PAUSE, REST, and REFLECT ON THE GOODNESS OF OUR GOD.

The Vision

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We are a 'next step'...

We will serve as the next step as we work together with other ministries that provide the initial shelter, counseling, and support for women in crisis. We will continue in the process of helping rebuild their lives as we teach them how to walk in freedom through discipleship and mentorship.

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You can help!

Selah Place is a place where women and their children can learn about and begin to understand fully the healing work of the cross of Jesus Christ, to experience freedom that can be found only in Him, and to be discipled and supported as they learn to walk out life free from addictions, chains, and bondages.

Many of these single mom’s have experienced many levels of trauma, have been scarred from their past, and are stuck in a cycle of hurt and brokenness. 

Selah Place is a non-profit that exists to circle single moms with loving support and join them on their journey to healing.


We do this through providing them first with safe, transitional housing, then with programs designed to help teach them how to not only break free but to find hope for a bright future as we equip them with the tools and knowledge needed to thrive as leaders in their homes and communities.

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Do you need help?

Here's how it Works.

Contact us

If you or someone you know needs assistance, we can be reached via phone

(727) 947-9708 or


We Assess

Someone will be in contact with you in 1-2 business days

Initial assessment on eligibility for the program over the phone. 

Get Placed

If she is a potential candidate for program, we will arrange a meeting to go over the next steps for home placement.

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Have an emergency?

If you are in immediate danger, call 9-1-1.

For anonymous, confidential help, 24/7, please call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 (SAFE) or  1-800-787-3224 (TTY).

If you are being abused by your partner, know there is nothing you have done or are doing to cause the abuse.


It is solely the choice of the abuser to abuse. It may seem impossible to escape your abuser, change your circumstances, or find the help you need, but it is possible. However, you know your abuser best, so think carefully through your situation and circumstances and do what is the best for you.

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