November is Native American Heritage Month in the United States. Honor this month by learning about how human and labor trafficking affects Native American communities, particularly women.
Home of Hope was established in 2008 as an organization dedicated to help fight adolescent human trafficking in the U.S. Since it’s inception, the organization has been actively involved in raising public awareness and acquiring adequate facilities to provide long term aftercare. Becoming educated on the issues of human trafficking, as well as the needs of adolescent victims, is also a priority. Additional areas of involvement include: lobbying for Federal and State legislature to create laws that protect minors, participating in local task force efforts, and working with local and federal law enforcement agencies.
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.