Aftercare Category

April 27th, 2018
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13-Year-Old Trafficked from Facebook, Now Wants to Become a Police Officer to Save Other Girls

How it happened Linda lived in a home full of fighting and drug abuse. At 13 years old, she was…

April 26th, 2018
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O.U.R. Supports 3-Month Cooking Class for Survivors of Trafficking in Mexico

“Now I know how to set up an event, for example, a baby shower,” said one graduate of the cooking…

April 23rd, 2018
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Survivors Serve their Community with a Cook-Off

One of the aftercare homes that we work with recently asked if we could try something new. Instead of coming…

April 20th, 2018
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Recognizing Signs of Trafficking: A Client

Samantha was kidnapped from her home in South America when she was around three years old. She was trafficked into…

April 18th, 2018
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Recognizing Signs of Trafficking: A Survivor

  “You cannot put a price tag on my body.” This is what Lily*, a survivor of trafficking, said when…

April 16th, 2018
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Recognizing Signs of Trafficking: A Community Member

Children are often trafficked because of their vulnerable situations. However, we believe that there is hope for every child. That…

April 10th, 2018
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“I Think My Sister Was Trafficked”

People often wonder how they can help prevent trafficking in their families and in their communities. Learning to recognize the…

April 6th, 2018
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O.U.R. Reaches out to Homeless on Easter Sunday

*photo from universe.byu.edu The outreach on Sunday was a true testament of love and collaboration. O.U.R. was invited by Care Cuts and…

April 5th, 2018
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O.U.R. and Mentors International Collaborate to Help Survivors Start Small Businesses

O.U.R. and Mentors International are partnering to further enable survivors of trafficking to build successful futures. Mentors International’s mission is…

March 13th, 2018
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Your Donations in Action: A New Fifteen Passenger Van is Purchased to Help Transport Girls to School

When it came time for the girls’ therapy appointments or school, everyone piled into the van.The house mom would sometimes…