Educating the youth of tomorrow about the dangers of trafficking today
At Rapha House, we reach out to communities and families with social services and anti-trafficking awareness programs. By helping families, we’re keeping children safe and providing them with brighter futures. We work alongside a broad coalition of partners to bring awareness through media, community education, and speaking engagements.
Our documentary, Finding Home, was recently translated into 25 different languages and is available in 190 countries across the world after being added to Netflix. Finding Home tells the story of three young Cambodian women rescued from trafficking and their search to find a place called home. This full-length documentary reminds us that we are all connected in our humanity; that we are all looking for a place of love, acceptance and community...a place called home. You can watch the free digital download below.
Community Education and Speaking Engagements
With more than 150 international staff, our impact is global. In Haiti, Cambodia and Thailand our team of social workers visits local families to educate them about the trafficking and exploitation risks that their own children face. In Southwest Missouri we lead the SWMO Coalition which is working within the greater SWMO area to increase public awareness through community collaboration and education. We even work to train local law enforcement about human trafficking. Our staff also travels throughout the United States speaking to churches, civic organizations, and small groups. If you or someone you know is interested in hearing someone speak about the issues of human trafficking and sexual exploitation, please contact us to request a speaker.