To shine a light worldwide on the global epidemic of child sex trafficking, and in so doing rescue
more children from slavery and assist law enforcement to seek justice for those who violate children.
O.U.R. places survivors on a path to recovery by partnering
with vetted aftercare providers or by placing them with families.
We provide law enforcement with the required tools, resources
and training to fight human trafficking in their communities.
In 2020 alone, the National Human Trafficking Hotline has received 299 direct calls and
messages from victims and survivors in Georgia. By making more people aware
of this resource, we can help more people receive the help they may need.
Since 2007, the National Human Trafficking Hotline has received messages about over
8,000 potential victims of human trafficking in Georgia. More than
half of these contain high indicators of force, fraud, and coercion.
According to a 2014 report by the Urban Institute, a pimp's average weekly
cash income was $32,833 between 2005 and 2011.
In 2011, local leaders advocated for a stronger human trafficking law in Georgia.
Georgia Cares (a non-profit serving child sex trafficking victims) reports
that more than 91% of domestic minor sex trafficking victims in
Georgia were enrolled in school at the time of their exploitation.
Georgia Cares also reports that
more than 50% of victims are recruited by friends and family.
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Take our free online training to learn the signs of human trafficking and how to appropriately report them.
If you or someone you know is a victim of Human
Trafficking, contact the National Human Trafficking Hotline:
Text “HELP” to “BEFREE” (233733)
or call 888.373.7888
If your business wants to get involved in the fight against Human Trafficking by providing a “Beacon of Hope” for victims or host awareness events, contact