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Address: Little Rock, Arkansas, United States
Countries served: United States
Geographic scope: National
Adult focused (NSFW): No
Sex work positive: No
Female led: No
Sex worker led: No
About P.A.T.H. (Partners Against Trafficking Humans)
FROM THE PATH WEBSITE –
PATH’s Mission PATH’s mission is to advocate on the behalf of those victimized by sex-trafficking, provide restorative care which rebuilds lives, educate our communities and provide training for those wanting to tackle slavery in our state. This is done through a number of community services with a focus on providing a safe environment for rescued victims of sex-trafficking and prostitution to heal in a residential program of restoration and community reintegration, through a variety of Christ-centered services and recovery programs, offering hope for healing, personal growth and future success.
People involved with P.A.T.H. (Partners Against Trafficking Humans)
Pulaski County and other Arkansas Sheriff Departments
Homeland Security Investigations
Local, State and Federal Law Enforcement Agencies
Arkansas Sheriff’s Youth Ranch
Cranford and Associates
Young and Associates, Accounting
First Assembly of God, NLR
Cedar Heights Baptist Church, NLR
Fellowship Bible Church, LR
McArthur Church, Jacksonville
Holland Chapel, Benton
Immanuel Baptist Church, LR
Ouachita Baptist University
Truckers Against Trafficking
Hope for Justice
Samaritan Women, Baltimore
Redeemed Ministries, Houston
Courage House, Sacramento
Grace Meadows Counseling
Guillermo’s Gourmet Grounds
Advanced Aesthetics Arkansas
Akins Law Firm – no website
River City Ministries
Habitat for Humanity; Re-Store
Union Rescue Mission and Dorcas House
Conway First Church of the Nazarene
His Kaleidoscope Ministry
Sex work focus for P.A.T.H. (Partners Against Trafficking Humans)
Sex worker demographics focus for P.A.T.H. (Partners Against Trafficking Humans)
Services offered by P.A.T.H. (Partners Against Trafficking Humans)
PATH claims to provide community services and advocate for victims and survivors of trafficking but do not list services or who they refer victims to for services.
They provide fear based training on advocating and providing services for victims of trafficking.
They are a coalition of government, law enforcement and community based organizations.
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