Amy’s House, a LaPorte rescue mission for victims of the sex trafficking industry, is set to open this month
Feb 18, 2013 Written by: Sarah Jane Kyle
It’s estimated that anywhere from 100,000 to 300,000 girls will be abducted and forced into prostitution in the United States this year.
In Northern Colorado’s backyard, Denver is one of the largest hubs of sex trafficking per capita. Statistics show one in three girls who are homeless on Denver’s streets for more than 72 hours will be kidnapped and yanked into a life of prostitution.
It’s a problem that Loren Fardulis, founder and CEO of Amy’s House — a new nonprofit residential treatment program for victims of the sex trafficking industry — said garners significant outrage from the general population. But that outrage is rarely accompanied by a plan to help the industry’s victims.
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