Did you know that Hot Springs was the first in the state to have their own Human Trafficking Task Force? Started, and successfully functioning as one of the strongest in Arkansas, the Human Trafficking Task Force of Garland County performs a variety of functions from awareness to legislation. The founder, Melisa Glenn, travels the state helping other cities establish their own Task Force.
Melisa also serves as the PATH Area Representative for Hot Springs. As an Area Rep, Melisa does public awareness, hosts informational events like the annual PATH Victim Services Training, and works as an advocate for victims and survivors in the Hot Springs area. When a victim surfaces, the Area Rep is one of the first points of contact to a safe world. It is important to act quickly and quietly to assure complete safety. Melisa works with local law enforcement to make sure that happens and that the survivor is moved to the PATH Restoration Home or another safe bed right away. Former Mayor Ruth Carney and Melisa even drove one survivor to a sister facility out of state due to the fragile nature of the case and the need to get her away from her trafficker. It’s people like this that make such a huge difference in the lives of survivors while impacting their community in the fight against trafficking.
To join Melisa and others in the fight against trafficking in the Hot Springs area, contact Glenn at email@example.com
Hey, while you’re clicking around in here, check out other Area Representatives and ways to get involved. You can also sign up for a PATH Victim Services and Awareness Training here: http://pathsaves.org/opportunities/training-2/
PATH exists to advocate on the behalf of those victimized by sex-trafficking and sexual assault, provide services that promote healing in a Christ-centered, trauma focused care setting, and educates communities, educators and professionals across the state on how to spot and manage trafficking and survivors.
Interested in Volunteering with us? Come to our next training to learn the basics of human trafficking, what it is, who it affects, where it’s happening and what we’re doing about it here in Hot Springs, Arkansas.
Training and a background check is mandatory to volunteer in a client care area.
For more information write to us at info@PATHsaves.org or
Contact our Hot Springs Representatives directly: Melisa firstname.lastname@example.org
Our outreach team exists to bring Christ’s unconditional love to those trapped in the sex-industry right where they are.
Training and a background check is mandatory to join the Outreach Team.
Hands on outreach may not be for everyone. If you’re interested in participating, you can do so by helping in other ways (see the volunteer page) or by donating $5 gift cards to places like Walmart or fast food restaurants.
Watch for upcoming events in Hot Springs, Arkansas by following the PATH Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/partnersagainsttraffickinghumans/ or the Garland County Task Force page https://www.facebook.com/httfgc/
Contact our Hot Springs Representative Melisa email@example.com
Or contact the Little Rock office 501-993-1641
Have you heard about training and want to get involved? PATH offers trainings around the state including two a year in Hot Springs, Arkansas. All training dates and locations are listed on the Training page under Opportunities.