Denton Non-Profit Aims To Help Victims Of Human Trafficking

Human Trafficking
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By NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

DENTON (1080 KRLD) - A non-profit's new rehab program is designed to help young men and boys who have fallen victim to human trafficking.Bob Williams is President and CEO of Ranch Hands Rescue, a non profit animal and human sanctuary in Denton. He's spearheading the project, which is says will act as a much needed place of refuge.The new program called Bob's House of Hope, and will provide a safehouse for male victims of human trafficking.Williams says this will be the first safehouse in the nation to offer long term care exclusively to male trafficking victims ages 17 to 24. The new facility is planned to be up and running later this year.