JOIN US IN BREAKING THE CHAINS
All you have to do is turn on the television or engage in social media (even a little bit) and you will be exposed to the victims of human sexual trafficking. The majority of images that one finds on the internet are those from people caught up in sexual slavery. The media thrives on selling sex by creating a hunger for more things of a sexual nature.
While illegal, human sex trafficking is a booming business. Traffickers recruit out of our schools, churches, online, in shopping malls, as well as the streets and other locations. A large percentage of the people trafficked are women and children. They are the prostituted people on the street and in private homes, and in legitimate businesses such as truck stops, bars and motels. They need to be identified and then we need to come alongside of each one as they move forward towards freedom.
Plus, every time a convention is held there is a rise in human trafficking as people will exploit the innocent at such times and provide the sexual services of those already enslaved.
IT IS TIME WE STAND UP AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE AND BREAK THE CHAINS OF THOSE ENSLAVED IN HUMAN TRAFFICKING!
At present we are finalizing a relationship with an organization that gets called in by law enforcement to provide 24 to 48 hours of emergency intervention services when a survivor is identified. Then they would be transferred to our care. We would provide the counseling and empowerment and would also place them in a residential place to live. We hope to have the residential piece in place by the end of 2017.
Bikers Against Trafficking is a 501(c)3 non-profit that exists to educate, equip, empower and mobilize members of the motorcycle community to combat human sex trafficking by building awareness and providing counseling, resources and hope for survivors.
Chaplain, Mental Health Therapist and Biker
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Bikers Against Trafficking is a 501 (c) 3 not for profit outreach.
Modern-day slavery, or human trafficking exists whenever people are bought and sold for forced labor or commercial sex. Around the world, there are an estimated 20.9 million slaves today. Human trafficking has been reported in all 50 states, and the number of victims in the United States is estimated to be 1.5 million people as of today.
Bikers are invaluable in the fight against this heinous crime. As the eyes and ears of our communities, you are in a unique position to spot traffickers who seek to exploit human beings for their personal gain.
This site has been created to inform bikers (and others) of the basic issues involved in human trafficking and a summary of ways you can help. Explore this website and learn how you can join this worthy cause and save lives.
those in need
Addiction therapist & trafficking survivor