Salvation Army Services to Human Trafficking Survivors
The Salvation Army has been providing services to victims of human trafficking since 1884 when it first established a rescue home for women and girls escaping sex trafficking and prostitution in London, England. Now, more than a century later, The Salvation Army in the United States and around the world is part of a revived movement for the abolition of human trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation. To find out more about this movement, click here.
The Salvation Army's Response
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