Partners Against Trafficking Humans (PATH) provides Christ-centered therapy and treatment for survivors of sex trafficking and sexual abuse. We utilize a long-term aftercare program to bring wholeness and healing to survivors who have completed detox but still need a transition to be ready for independence. We do not provide emergency care, but we assist survivors in finding a new life and new identity. Our focus is healing for victims of sex trafficking, sexual abuse, and sexual assault. Through life skills, creative activities, and recreation we help our survivors to face traumas, learn ways to cope, and gain skills needed to successfully reintegrate.
If you believe that you may be experiencing human trafficking or sexual slavery, call us 24/7 at 501-519-5595.
If there’s an immediate risk of injury to yourself or others, please dial 911 and request an ambulance or law enforcement.
Prevention starts with you! Human trafficking is the second largest criminal industry, and we believe awareness can change that.
Businesses all over Arkansas make it possible for PATH to care for survivors of sex trafficking and provide free community education.
Centered in Christ, our focus at PATH is to deliver hope for healing, personal growth, and future success. Our mission is to provide a program of restoration and community reintegration for rescued victims through a variety of programs and services. Besides providing therapeutic services and a safe place for survivors, PATH provides education in Arkansas and surrounding states to all ages on prevention, awareness and intervention.
There are many ways to help support PATH. Whether your help comes through a financial donation or volunteering, your gift is precious to us!
YOU CAN MAKE AN IMPACT
Your gift provides the essential resources for PATH to continue providing for survivors of trafficking; guiding them to restoration, wholeness, and independence. To a survivor, your donation is a life transformation.
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