“How could they do that to her, she’s somebody’s daughter!” Popularized in recent media, “somebody’s daughter” has become a phrase commonly used when referring to victims and survivors of violent crimes. We hear it a lot when we talk about trafficking survivors....
If you pay close attention, you’ll notice we write the name of our organization differently than a normal name. For us, RAHAB is an acronym. In our name, RAHAB stands for Reaching Above Hopelessness and Brokenness. But Rahab is also the name of a woman who had an...
When human trafficking first became a recognized term, it was a commonly held belief that this was a problem happening in far off places of the world. People wanted to believe that maybe it was happening somewhere, but that it doesn’t happen here. Movies and...
At RAHAB, our faith is more than a label: it defines who we are. We incorporate our faith into everything we do: it all flows out of what we believe. To clarify, we believe that Jesus is the Son of God and died for our sins. He did this so we could be in relationship...
RAHAB’s Hotel Ministry began in the Spring of 2021. Our staff saw a big need for it in our communities, and so we jumped into action. After meetings with community partners and gathering information, we created a flash drive with information about RAHAB, Human...
Human Trafficking 101
Human Trafficking 101
Duration: 1 Hour
What it is: HT 101 is an essential teaching on the realities of human trafficking. In this course, we will illuminate the issues of sex trafficking, explain a generalized process for how someone becomes involved in trafficking, and provide practical insight of how trafficking takes place. We will also highlight what we know about traffickers, how someone becomes vulnerable to trafficking, and how demand for commercial sex fuels sex trafficking. By the end of this course, you will be able to articulate the needs and vulnerabilities of trafficking survivors and have knowledge of practical solutions
Who it is for: This course is offered to all members of the community who would like to understand human trafficking and is required for all of RAHAB’s volunteers and staff.