Human Trafficking is a form of modern slavery-- a multi-billion dollar criminal industry that denies freedom to millions of people around the world. The Salvation Army is working alongside other community organizations on the front lines of this battle.
Through its Project FIGHT program, The Salvation Army provides comprehensive case management for survivors found in North Carolina, and works wto generate education and awareness about human trafficking in the community.
Over 4,000 cases of human trafficking reported in the Carolinas since 2007.
More than 65% of them were trafficked for sexual purposes.
More than 30% of these victims are minors.
The youngest clients in PROJECTFIGHT are just eleven years old.