Little Rock serves as the state capitol, home base for PATH, and the place where many legislative changes have taken place to assure survivors of sex-trafficking and sexual assault get the care they need. Little Rock is the most populous metro area in the state with an estimated 2016 population of 734,622 and is home to two Fortune 500 companies, Children’s Hospital and the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS). So what does this have to do with human trafficking? Every place there are people and money, sex is for sale. Additionally, the busier the city, the greater likelihood of kids left unattended while busy parents try to keep up. Add that to social media and a struggling teen becomes an easy target.
PATH works to battle this by providing education to school age children, college students, churches, businesses and anyone else in the community that is vulnerable or just wants to be more informed. PATH also provides education to medical personnel, first responders teachers and counsellors.
PATH exists to advocate on the behalf of those victimized by sex-trafficking and sexual exploitation; provide Christ-centered, trauma-focused care; educate Arkansas communities and train front-line professionals to tackle slavery and end trafficking in our state while partnering with others around the globe.
Interested in Volunteering with us? Contact Glenn at info@PATHsaves.org
Training and a background check is mandatory to work directly with survivors or any client care area. Volunteer opportunities available in both client care and non-client care areas such as teaching, mentoring, community awareness, and office assistance.
Interested inPATH offers internships for college and high school students. Contact Glenn at 501-993-1641 for details or email info@PATHsaves.org
Training and a background check is mandatory to work directly with survivors or any client care area.
Contact our Little Rock office via phone 501-993-1641
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 are doing about it here in Arkansas.