Hope for Justice, Inc.

Mission Statement

We exist to bring an end to modern slavery by rescuing victims, restoring lives, and reforming society. Our ActivitiesHope for Justice is a truly international non-profit organization working to bring an end to modern slavery and human trafficking. It has an effective and proven aftercare model that is replicable and scalable. Hope for Justice’s global work, across three continents, is categorized as follows: Rescue: Our specialist teams work closely with law enforcement to identify victims of trafficking and modern slavery, build bridges of trust with them and remove them from exploitation. Restore: We work with victims to overcome trauma and rebuild their lives. We offer tailored restorative care initiatives and offer support to meet vital needs. Reform: We train people to spot the signs of trafficking and act on it, and seek policy change by influencing governments and support agencies. We work with businesses to eliminate modern slavery from their operations and supply chains. Following a recent visit to the White House to brief the President and his staff in person about the issue of human trafficking and the need for more resources to be devoted to this crime, we are working closely with federal and state legislators to improve the response to trafficking. Hope for Justice’s US headquarters is in Nashville, TN. The Tennessee Investigative Center is run by licensed investigators who co-ordinate closely with local law enforcement to assist directly in the rescue of all types of trafficking victims. They also act as specialist consultants to law enforcement teams handling trafficking cases. Our referrals come both from the National Human Trafficking Resource Center hotline – for which we are an official referral agency – and from law enforcement. As well as conducting investigations in co-ordination with law enforcement agencies, the Hub also acts as an alternative pathway for victims too scared to speak directly to the authorities to safely report their situation.


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Posted on

October 1, 2021