04 Jun 2019

A New Day for Overdose Victims

Some people go to work every day, but wonder, Am I making a difference? One person who doesn’t ask that question is Susan Jones, the coordinator of The Salvation Army’s

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04 Jun 2019

The Fight for Freedom
A Strategy for a Nation
Without Human Trafficking

Can you imagine a world without human exploitation? Since the beginning, God raised up The Salvation Army as a global pioneer and partner in fighting against human trafficking. As in

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03 Jun 2019

Michelle Hannan

Michelle Hannan is the director of The Salvation Army’s Anti–Human Trafficking (AHT) Program in Central Ohio and the director of social services for the SWONEKY Division. She also leads the

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01 Oct 2018

Jamie Manirakiza

Jamie Manirakiza, who has worked in the field of anti–human trafficking for nine years, became the territory’s specialist in this area earlier this year. Before coming to Territorial Headquarters (THQ),

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02 Jun 2018

Helping Them Feel Valued

ERIN MEYER cared about human trafficking before such caring was cool. A victim of domestic violence and sexual abuse as a youth and in high school, Meyer actually got her career

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02 Sep 2017

The Daughters of God

Amid the pulsating rock music and flashing strobe lights of a New Hampshire strip club, exotic dancers perform on stage. The club’s clientele are men, but on this night, two

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02 Sep 2017

The Healing Power of Restoration Ink

For victims of human trafficking, physical marks come in a variety of forms. Some are scars from drug use that often accompany such a lifestyle. Other marks result from acts

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02 Sep 2017

Finding a Way Out

Combating human trafficking The official Salvation Army statement on human trafficking: The Salvation Army is deeply committed to the modern–day fight against human trafficking (for sexual and labor purposes) and

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02 Sep 2017

A drink from The Well

It was Jenny’s idea. “No one who comes to The Well* should have to drink from a paper cup,” she said. “It’s so temporary. So disposable. So impersonal. No. Every

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