Have you ever met a victim of human trafficking?
Anywhere from twelve million to twenty-seven million people today are victims of human trafficking, and they frequently turn to communities to help them find freedom, stability, and joy once again. As a leader, you can offer a victim of human trafficking help and hope. Will you take a moment to learn more?
What does human trafficking look like in the United States? Watch this short video to find out.
“My ex-boyfriend and his family physically abused me, tortured me, and made me do housework. They would not give me one dollar even though I did hard housework. They took my social security number to buy clothes for my ex-boyfriend’s mother and siblings, but they did not pay the debt. Every day while living with him I thought about dying.
I was very fortunate that the police brought me to Mosaic. They helped me find ways to live again. Today, I have a happy life.”
-Human Trafficking survivor from Vietnam