At the Buyer Rehabilitation Project, we take a unique approach to addressing the human trafficking problem: curbing demand.
The Buyer Rehabilitation Project is a Christian Non-Profit organization in Tampa, Florida whose mission is threefold:
Advertise and network through the legal community, law enforcement, churches, and other organizations to find sex buyers who want to get well.
Subsidize, customize, and guide their healing journeys to include faith-based advice, group therapy, individual counseling, and a variety of recovery programs as necessary to gain sobriety.
Finally, as a result of their strengthened relationship with Jesus Christ and the connection to and mentorship from other similarly affected men, help them achieve life-long freedom from their sexual bondage, and in so doing, erase their future sex buying activity from the face of the earth.
Meet our Board of Directors
Allan Teixeira, CEO & Executive Director of the Buyer Rehabilitation Project: A "John's" Hope: Allan is a graduate of the University of Florida and has made his home in the Tampa Bay area since 1997. He attends the North Tampa Church of Christ and is married with two children and two grandchildren. A recovered sex buyer, Allan founded the Buyer Rehabilitation Project: A "John's" Hope in March of 2021 as a way to atone for his past behavior as well as to help his community by duplicating his healing experience in the lives of others.
David Hudson, President of the Buyer Rehabilitation Project: A "John's" Hope: For the past three decades David has served as a pastor, teacher, and/or counselor. In 2015, he retired from staff ministry positions to pursue a ministry in mental health counseling, joining with Life Builder Christian Counseling. Since 2015, David has focused on sex addiction and intimacy disorders. Through this ministry, hundreds of men have been freed from their addiction, healed from their intimacy disorder, and have become the fathers, husbands, men, and leaders that God designed them to be.