We are a small team of caring advocates who wish to help victims of ritual abuse break free from their perpetrators and trauma.

We Are Here For You

Relentless Hope is a faith-based, 501c3 organization located in Utah. We are not affiliated with any church, however, we believe that the bible is God’s spoken word.  We believe in Jesus Christ and how his power and strength can bring healing and wholeness.  We serve survivors no matter what their religious affiliation.  We will not shove religion down anyone’s throat as we feel this is a personal choice.  What we can tell you is that those who bring Christ into their healing journey recover much faster than those that don’t.  

Whether your abuser is an individual or an organization, we’d love to hear about your case so we can connect the dots between perpetrators, locations, and activities. The information you share with us will be confidential. We are aware that ritual abuse is happening all over the US in many religious and fraternal organizations, however, we focus our efforts primarily in Utah. Once we hear your story, we can connect you to the proper resources.  

You Are Not Alone

We can only win the fight for justice if victims come forward in numbers. Don’t be afraid to talk about your abuse. You are stronger than you think. You can do it and you are not alone. There are thousands of people who are being abused and have been abused in the state of Utah. Utah has the highest child sex abuse rate in the country. Suicide is the leading cause of death for Utah youths ages 10 to 17. The state’s suicide rate for all ages is more than 66 percent above the national average. This has been the issue for years and can’t be attributed to Covid, sexual preferences, or bullying. Utah has the seventh-highest drug overdose rate in the US. Ritual Abuse (RA) and sex trafficking victims have high death rates either at the hands of their perpetrators or themselves in the form of suicide. Please don’t be a statistic. Get help. You are a valuable human being and worthy to be loved and protected.

The Glenn Pace Memo

This memo is the reason Relentless Hope got started.

Glenn Leroy Pace was a general authority of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from 1985 until his death. As a general authority, he served as a counselor in the presiding bishopric and also in the First Quorum of Seventy. Glenn was asked to investigate the reports of ritual abuse within the Church. He interviewed 60 survivors and came to the conclusion that the survivors were telling the truth. 

To read the memo in its entirety, click the link below.

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