SEX TRAFFICKING STATS

 

  • Human sex trafficking is the most prevalent form of modern day slavery
  • Average age a victim is “groomed” for sex trafficking is 11-14 years old
  • A $32 billion industry, human trafficking is on the rise and is in all 50 states (US Government)
  • Average life span of the victims is 3-7 years(found dead from attack, abuse, STD’s, overdose, malnutrition, or suicide)
  • The average victim may be forced to have sex up to 20-48 times in a day(Polaris Project)
  • Of the 7,572 Human Trafficking cases reported in the United States in 2016 through the National Human Trafficking Hotline, California led the nation in calls receiving more than double that of any other state.

 

 

 

RESOURCES

National Human Trafficking Resource Center Hotline

1-888-373-7888

The National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) is a national, toll-free hotline, available to answer calls from anywhere in the country, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year.

  National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

1-800-843-5678

If you have information about a missing child or suspected child sexual exploitation, call to report it or visit their website, www.missingkids.com/cybertipline.

 The National Runaway Switchboard

1-800-RUNAWAY

The National Runaway Switchboard serves as the federally-designated national communication system for homeless and runaway youth. Through hotline and online services, NRS provides crisis intervention, referrals to local resources, and education and prevention services to youth, families and community members throughout the country 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

 

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U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement

1-866-347-2423 (U.S. & Canada)

1-802-872-6199 (International Calls)

ICE’s hotline to report suspected child predators and any suspicious activity. Call or complete an online tip form.

 

SEX TRAFFICKING STATS

 

  • Human sex trafficking is the most prevalent form of modern day slavery
  • Average age a victim is “groomed” for sex trafficking is 11-14 years old
  • A $32 billion industry, human trafficking is on the rise and is in all 50 states (US Government)
  • Average life span of the victims is 3-7 years(found dead from attack, abuse, STD’s, overdose, malnutrition, or suicide)
  • The average victim may be forced to have sex up to 20-48 times in a day(Polaris Project)
  • Of the 7,572 Human Trafficking cases reported in the United States in 2016 through the National Human Trafficking Hotline, California led the nation in calls receiving more than double that of any other state.

RESOURCES

 

National Human Trafficking Resource Center Hotline

1-888-373-7888

The National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) is a national, toll-free hotline, available to answer calls from anywhere in the country, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year.

  National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

1-800-843-5678

If you have information about a missing child or suspected child sexual exploitation, call to report it or visit their website, www.missingkids.com/cybertipline.

 The National Runaway Switchboard

1-800-RUNAWAY

The National Runaway Switchboard serves as the federally-designated national communication system for homeless and runaway youth. Through hotline and online services, NRS provides crisis intervention, referrals to local resources, and education and prevention services to youth, families and community members throughout the country 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

 

 

Home

 

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement

1-866-347-2423 (U.S. & Canada)

1-802-872-6199 (International Calls)

ICE’s hotline to report suspected child predators and any suspicious activity. Call or complete an online tip form.

SEX TRAFFICKING STATS

 

  • Human sex trafficking is the most prevalent form of modern day slavery
  • Average age a victim is “groomed” for sex trafficking is 11-14 years old
  • A $32 billion industry, human trafficking is on the rise and is in all 50 states (US Government)
  • Average life span of the victims is 3-7 years(found dead from attack, abuse, STD’s, overdose, malnutrition, or suicide)
  • The average victim may be forced to have sex up to 20-48 times in a day(Polaris Project)
  • Of the 7,572 Human Trafficking cases reported in the United States in 2016 through the National Human Trafficking Hotline, California led the nation in calls receiving more than double that of any other state.
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RESOURCES

 

National Human Trafficking Resource Center Hotline

1-888-373-7888

The National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) is a national, toll-free hotline, available to answer calls from anywhere in the country, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year.

  National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

1-800-843-5678

If you have information about a missing child or suspected child sexual exploitation, call to report it or visit their website, www.missingkids.com/cybertipline.

 The National Runaway Switchboard

1-800-RUNAWAY

The National Runaway Switchboard serves as the federally-designated national communication system for homeless and runaway youth. Through hotline and online services, NRS provides crisis intervention, referrals to local resources, and education and prevention services to youth, families and community members throughout the country 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Home

 

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement

1-866-347-2423 (U.S. & Canada)

1-802-872-6199 (International Calls)

ICE’s hotline to report suspected child predators and any suspicious activity. Call or complete an online tip form.

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About Us

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The journey began in 1991 when ministry Founder and Director, Irvina Edwards, moved with her husband Jessie to Belgium on military assignment with the United States Air Force. Finding residence in a small local community, the couple was immersed in European culture and soon discovered the reality of a rapidly growing violent crime against women and children. Right down the street from where the Edwards family lived was a thriving business where prostitution was openly marketed in the window of their quaint little town. As Irvina took her daily walk into town, she passed by the corner store where women stood in the window scantily dressed waiting for the next customer to enter the establishment. Irvina remembers the reoccurring heart break as she would inch closer to the store to look upon a human being whose sense of self worth was completely non-existent. If the woman could gather enough strength to lift her head of shame and make eye contact, Irvina recalls the look of hopelessness and despair. Irvina could do nothing but cry and pray.

 

 

 

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The journey began in 1991 when ministry Founder and Director, Irvina Edwards, moved with her husband Jessie to Belgium on military assignment with the United States Air Force. Finding residence in a small local community, the couple was immersed in European culture and soon discovered the reality of a rapidly growing violent crime against women and children. Right down the street from where the Edwards family lived was a thriving business where prostitution was openly marketed in the window of their quaint little town. As Irvina took her daily walk into town, she passed by the corner store where women stood in the window scantily dressed waiting for the next customer to enter the establishment. Irvina remembers the reoccurring heart break as she would inch closer to the store to look upon a human being whose sense of self worth was completely non-existent. If the woman could gather enough strength to lift her head of shame and make eye contact, Irvina recalls the look of hopelessness and despair. Irvina could do nothing but cry and pray.

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Human Trafficking Prevention Team

 

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  • Tina Milliken
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New Beginnings House

 

The New Beginnings House mission is to empower, love and support the healing of young women, survivors of sexual exploitation, by providing a safe environment to restore wholeness and to find her God given purpose.

“It’s never too late for New Beginnings!”

 

 

The New Beginnings House mission is to empower, love and support the healing of young women, survivors of sexual exploitation, by providing a safe environment to restore wholeness and to find her God given purpose.

“It’s never too late for New Beginnings!”

 

Fighting Against Human Sex Trafficking

New Beginnings Outreach Ministry is linking arms with organizations around the globe to fight against Sex Trafficking. New Beginnings will move forward toward the goal of opening a transitional home in Solano County, CA for women ready to escape the bonds of modern day slavery.

 

Fighting Against Human Sex Trafficking

New Beginnings Outreach Ministry is linking arms with organizations around the globe to fight against Sex Trafficking. New Beginnings will move forward toward the goal of opening a transitional home in Solano County, CA for women ready to escape the bonds of modern day slavery.

 

To donate toward the establishment of New Beginnings House, please click on the ‘Donate’ button below.

 

If you would like to be added to our list of house volunteers, please register here. 

 

To donate toward the establishment of New Beginnings House, please click on the ‘Donate’ button below.

 

 If you would like to be added to our list of house volunteers, please register here. 

 

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