Advocates Explore Strategies to Aid Trafficking Victims

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Advocates for trafficking victims recently met in Washington to evaluate the best way to help them.

The FBI reports that exploiters force more than 100,000 children into sex trafficking every year.

But current estimates show there is only housing for about 100 rescued victims.

Mary Frances Bowley, head of the Atlanta-based non-profit Wellspring Living, is trying to change that situation.

Wellspring has been serving trafficking victims and is now helping other organizations around the country that want to get involved.

Mary Frances Bowley talked more about sex trafficking and challenges groups like Wellspring face, on CBN News Channel Morning News, Dec. 5.

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