Thirteen anti-trafficking programs served 443 survivors. The Salvation Army across the Western U.S. received a 385 percent increase in human trafficking referrals in 2022. Referrals jumped to 1,020 instances from 210 the year prior, according to the Army’s annual impact report summarizing

It’s safe to say most people have heard of human trafficking. Perhaps you’ve learned about it through social media, at church or even reading through this very magazine. And while it’s an exciting time in the anti-trafficking movement due to

The organization sheltered more than 5,300 individuals in its 24-hour shelter from March to July.  A dwindling number of Central American migrants crossing the U.S.-Mexico border in the Yuma area has prompted The Salvation Army to close its 24-hour shelter for