The modern day slave trade is a multi-billion dollar industry. Worldwide, 40.3 million individuals are trafficked for labor, sexual exploitation, and profit. This problem is global — it reaches from the most distant shores to our very own neighborhoods.
How We FIGHT
We provide crisis intervention and comprehensive case management for individuals impacted by human trafficking. Trauma-informed case managers connect individuals to resources including food, shelter, clothing, safety planning, general and mental health services, governmental assistance and immigration specialists.
Outreach & Awareness
Since its inception, Project FIGHT has trained and educated over 4,500 professionals and community members on issues related to human trafficking and how individuals and groups can work to combat it. We regularly participate in community events and actively reach out to members of vulnerable populations.
Project FIGHT leads and regularly participates in North Carolina's Rapid Response Teams. These interdisciplinary teams include law enforcement, legal, and medical personal and respond to individual's most critical needs within 72 hours. We also work directly with officials in various coalitions and work groups.
The Salvation Army in the Carolinas has been fighting for those impacted by human trafficking since 2011 through Project FIGHT, based at our office in Raleigh, NC. Through partnerships and relationships with state and local government, law enforcement, and other agencies, we are able to provide comprehensive case management to survivors of human trafficking.
After meeting the immediate needs of human trafficking survivors and helping them to find stable footing, we help connect them to a network of agencies and services including medical, mental health, legal, housing, and other services they may require. All the while, we are walking beside them helping them along the path to restoration, fighting for them every step of the way.