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January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month

LEARN HOW WE REFRAME

THE ISSUE OF TRAFFICKING

AND EXPLOITATION AND

WHAT YOU CAN DO TO HELP.

Every day, we are bringing
FREEDOM, HOPE & RESTORATION

to survivors of sexual exploitation.

Exploitation and human trafficking are complex issues that exist in between black and white binaries.

At Red Oak, we address these complex issues with a holistic model

-- combining immediate aid with

long-term development to support both individuals in need and communities at large.

 

We do this by focusing on prevention, intervention and restoration-- all within the framework of partnership.

What is exploitation? How do we combat it? 

WATCH BELOW:

OUR IMPACT SINCE 2012

158

CASES

ASSISSTED

84

WOMEN & CHILDREN

REPATRIATED

21

9

111

550

MEDICAL 

TREATMENTS

COUNTRIES

ENGAGED

JOB

PLACEMENTS

HOURS OF COUNSELING

But numbers are just the beginning. 

IT'S THE PEOPLE THAT REALLY MATTER.

Raskmey was trafficked cross border and sold as a bride. Forced to cook, clean, and endure incredible abuse, she had no idea how to escape...

"They're eligible suitors", said her uncle...

Natalie moved to Asia to work in a business. Instead, she was given a box of condoms and told to find customers to pay a fraudulent debt...

A college graduate, still she was deceived

Lee needed to provide for her sick brother, and sacrificed herself to do so. It wasn't until later that she learned she'd been manipulated all along...

"My brother was sick, I did it all for him..."

60

CASES

ASSISSTED

YOU CAN BE

A PART OF HER FREEDOM JOURNEY

For just $22 a month, you 

can provide safe shelter for

survivor and her child.