The Prevention of “1” victim today is one of the most important factors in our line of defense against human trafficking in the future.
In the US, Rescue 1 Global presents community awareness training through our Human Trafficking 101 program, where participants learn the basic inner workings of the industry, how to recognize a potential victim, the proper authorities to inform, and steps they can take to prevent another human trafficking victim. This presentation can be shared in a variety of settings – church groups, first responders, educators, or professionals who desire to make a difference in their communities.
Additionally, individuals can work alongside Rescue 1 Global to prevent human trafficking and child exploitation by becoming a foster or caregiver family, adopting a child, participating in a Rescue 1 Global community outreach group, giving financially to support our global prevention homes, and hosting a presentation with their personal community.
Internationally, Rescue 1 Global teams move into communities, quietly serving and providing safe alternatives for at-risk youth and adults. Since January 2011, we have helped reopen six homes in four different locations. The homes consist of two loving, Christian parents and equally loving staff, counselors, and mentors. In these homes, the children are allowed to live as children, are fully cared for from clothing to toiletries, and from three meals a day to an education.
Through continuous education, we teach the community how to identify, report, and intervene to serve at risk individuals and provide Biblical Justice Solutions to their community in the context of their own culture. Additionally, we have developed a method to gather accurate and valuable intel that empowers Rescue 1 Global to serve and move within a community with a non-threatening, humanitarian aid approach.