Pontiac, Mich. Hope Against Trafficking, a local non-profit dedicated to providing safe housing in a free, two-year, comprehensive program for survivors of human trafficking, announces their open house on Sunday, September 30th, from 1:00pm – 5:00pm. This is a free event and open to anyone who has interest in learning more about human trafficking and the critical work Hope Against Trafficking is doing to help survivors of Human Sex and Labor Trafficking. Light refreshments will be served.
Hanna McPeak, Hope Against Trafficking Executive Director shares, “We are so grateful for our homes and we are excited to open our doors to the community, showcasing the principals of Hope Against Trafficking, and the importance of long-term restorative care environments in Southeast Michigan. We look forward to celebrating those who have joined us, volunteering their time, donating goods, helping to fund our organization, and also sharing our mission with the community to help increase awareness for this epidemic crime.”
Hope Against Trafficking is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization answering the call for safe housing and restorative support for adult female survivors of sex and labor trafficking in Southeast Michigan. The program is a 24-month residential program that provides rent-free housing and comprehensive services focused on the physical, mental and individual transformation of these women so they become empowered to thrive once again. This is one of the first programs of its kind in Southeast Michigan. For more information about Hope Against Trafficking, please visit: www.hopeagainsttrafficking.org.