The National Human Trafficking Hotline reported that 307 cases of child trafficking were identified in California during 2016 [http://humantraffickinghotline.org/state/California].
Some children who have been trafficked are able to return to loving families – families who can help them heal from the trauma. Research indicates, though, that home is not a safe place for many young survivors of trafficking.
This information confirms the need to open ZOE Children’s Homes – Los Angeles. The home will be a place where children who have endured the trauma of trafficking can experience safety, love, and hope – a place where their restoration can begin.
Please keep ZOE in prayer as we move forward with fundraising and licensing efforts to make ZOE Children’s Homes – Los Angeles a reality.