Our Approach


We train emerging leaders, mentor youth and families and educate the medical and faith-based communities on the warning signs and their responses to trafficked individuals.


On school campuses, we focus on building awareness and promote participation in the anti-trafficking movement.  We do this by engaging students and leaders and train them on how to actively participate both locally and abroad.


With faith-based congregations, we bring awareness to the problem in their community and educate them on the signs to watch for in their own families and how to connect with others to prevent these people from gaining a foothold.


With the medical community, we provide education concerning the signs and symptoms these individuals will possess and help them formulate how they can best respond to the victims. 



We have four different levels of approach to this intervention: