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Headquarters: Rockingham County, North Carolina

TPA's headquarters are located in the rolling hills of beautiful northern North Carolina. From here, our administrative staff coordinates all international and domestic activities. 


Juvenile Justice and Trafficking Prevention Ministry: Guilford County, North Carolina 

TPA began working in the Guilford County Juvenile Detention Center (JDC) in early 2020, shortly before the covid lockdowns. We have persisted since, having worked with a large number of confirmed victims of exploitation. This population group is highly vulnerable, often lacking stable family structures and easy prey for predators looking to profit from their suffering. While we always hesitate to boil real people down to raw numbers, it is safe to say that the vast majority of the kids we meet have at least some history of sexual abuse and/or exploitation. 


Village Prevention & Survivor Aftercare: Arukah Ministry, Chiang Rai, Thailand

It is rare to find a survivor who is highly qualified, trained, and focused on helping others recover from exploitation. We are blessed to be partnered with one such survivor in Chiang Rai, Thailand. Arukah Ministry is focused on restoration, leading to a life of freedom. Village outreach is also a major focus, bringing the love of God to impoverished communities from which girls are frequently trafficked.

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Trafficking Prevention, Intervention, and Aftercare: Northeast Indiana

Prevention is the most critical aspect of the fight against human trafficking. Our Northeast Indiana office engages with educators, students, and professionals in the law enforcement and judicial communities to strengthen our collective fight against those who seek to exploit the vulnerable. In addition to prevention activities, we are often called on to help with rescue, intervention, and aftercare operations. Any given day you may see our staff delivering clothing or attending a court date with a survivor, teaching prevention curriculum to students, or training stakeholders to recognize underlying trauma and hidden trafficking situations.


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