Source: Polaris Project
out of 276 cases in the state of Georgia in 2017, 53 minors were identified
223 female cases were identified in the state of Georgia in 2017
55 male cases, and 2 gender minorities cases of human trafficking were identified in 2017 in the state of Georgia
Who We Are
Hands United is a nonprofit organization providing a tailored, restorative program for under-aged survivors of human trafficking. Serving both girls and boys, we strive to bridge the gap on the availability of restoration for minors.
Our goal is to provide a continuum of care that takes the victim from survivor to over-comer, while forging a lifelong continued alliance. The gravity of the trauma that victims experience too often drives them back to servitude or the commercial sex industry. We believe the best way to disrupt this cycle is to uphold the values of empathy, unifying stewardship, and sustainability.