A List of Organizations Involved with Human Trafficking and Sex Trafficking
Their focus is to meet the needs of victims of commercial sexual exploitation in the greater Houston area. www.redeemedministries.com
Redeemed Ministry offers free presentations to educate and engage individuals, small groups and congregations to present ways your church can be involved and aware of the concerns in your community. They can schedule a presentation to your ministry staff first, and then present to your congregation in an informal information night presentation which will meet with your approval. Email for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Formerly known as Houston Rescue and Restore Coalition) www.uaht.org - Greater Harris County Area
United Against Human Trafficking leads the effort to spread awareness and educate the community and front-line professionals such as law enforcement, healthcare, and social service providers to identify victims of human trafficking.
Free the Captives provides training and educational presentations on human trafficking to youth, churches, colleges, non-profits, and governmental agencies. To request a free speaker or booth representative, please download and complete the form below. email@example.com – Spring, Texas
Request a Free the Captives’ Speaker or Booth Rep
Free the Captives is a faith-based anti-human trafficking 501(c) (3) non-profit that fights the exploitation and trafficking of Houston’s youth. We engage and mobilize the Christian community while partnering with non-profits, law enforcement, and government agencies in the fight against modern day slavery.
Home of Hope Texas was established to provide a place of refuge and safety for adolescent victims of human trafficking. http://homeofhopetexas.org/
Home of Hope Texas was established to provide a place of refuge and safety for adolescent victims of human trafficking. We exist to provide long term care, rehabilitation, and healing for victims of modern-day-slavery and sexual abuse. – Located west of Conroe but supports
This is a voluntary, faith-based program serving victims of sex trafficking and women in the sex industry free of charge. Women who have been physically, emotionally and sexually abused as well as those coming from jail will find a safe haven at Rahab’s Retreat & Ranch.
We serve women of all socioeconomic backgrounds as well as women who have children. We also serve those who face a combination of life-controlling issues such as self-harm, drug and alcohol addictions, depression, unplanned pregnancy, and homeless and broken women.
Rahab’s Retreat & Ranch is different because we offer a recovery program as well as transitional care for the new life to come. We have Biblical counseling and classes, training on life skills, money management courses, educational and employment opportunities, nutrition and fitness training, pet therapy and more!
Rescue Houston - Available throughout the Annual Conference
Rescue Houston partners with those who want to offer hope to victims of sex trafficking and sexual exploitation via secure phone calls and text messages. Our phone banks are one of the most profound and effective anti-sex trafficking volunteer opportunities out there. To reach every woman and man who posts sex ads in Houston, we need multiple phone banks filled with trained advocates calling them with messages of hope and freedom every day. 24/7 Hotline: 713-322-8000
There are people among us -- both children and adults -- who are living as SLAVES. They are hard to see because we don't want to look -- and they don't want to be seen. They provide labor or perform sex to make money for criminals.
Our Coalition is working to free them. We bring together everyone in our community who has a part in freeing these victim/survivors and stopping the criminals who enslave them. We fight for freedom around the world. Join us in fighting for freedom right here. Draw the line against human trafficking.
firstname.lastname@example.org – 409-770-3107
Love146 is a U.S.-based 501 non-profit international human rights organization that works toward the abolition of child trafficking and exploitation through survivor care, prevention education, professional training, grassroots empowerment, and contributing a growing body of research. Dedicated to the abolition of child trafficking and exploitation. Nothing less. http://love146.org/
For more information contact, Kylie Abegg, Texas Regional Coordinator, email@example.com or 979-476-2512
National # 203-772-4420
Each of these organizations has an e-newsletter you can sign up to receive on the HOME page of their websites.
National Human Trafficking Hotline: 888-3737-888