Our focus to end human trafficking in the United States is to educate American citizens and legislators, disrupt sex trade activities, consolidate efforts for maximum effect, and partner with other organizations in this fight.
In order to prevent the buying and selling of humans for sex—many of whom are children—we need to address the root of the problem. And that is consumer demand for purchased sex.
Our flagship program, the Trafficking Free Zone, is a community-Driven strategy to protect against the demand for purchased sex.
Can Respond to Sex Trafficking
Help your church become educated about Sex Trafficking and how to respond with our brand new series Advocate: Defending Hope for the Hopeless.
Follow Pastor and Author Francis Chan as we walk through educational topics regarding modern-day sex trafficking in the United States and what the Bible says about responding to such evil around us.
The U.S. is one of the largest consumers of commercial sex worldwide. We need passionate individuals who are fully educated, enraged, and engaged to help us raise awareness, combat demand, and protect survivors.
These individuals are one of the most important pieces as we fight against sex trafficking in the United States, which is why we call them Abolitionists.
By joining our Abolitionists group under the U.S. Institute Against Human Trafficking, we will help equip, educate, and plug you into taking action in your community that matches your passion, skill set, and capabilities.
You will be involved in the following ways:
From running Major League Baseball teams to becoming an activist, Kevin Malone’s search for meaning will inspire readers to uncover their own justice-centered purpose in life. Malone’s meteoric rise in the MLB began as a baseball scout, but now he is taking those lessons from scouting—and from overseeing historic franchises like the Dodgers, Orioles, and Expos—into fighting child sex trafficking. In athletics scouting the enemy is key to formulating winning strategies, and life is no different. The darkness of injustice must be scouted for justice and healing to unfold. Malone’s transparent detailing of his wild journey through life will entertain, inspire, and stir the desire to partner with God in “making all things new.”
At USIAHT, we are combating the demand for sex trafficking in the United States—and we need your help. Your support will help us intervene, provide care for victims, and protect children from exploitation and harm.