Sex trafficking has maneuvered its way into Georgia, but there is an organization in Henry County working to rescue victims of the sex trade.
#“We rescue American girls who are victims of prostitution, commercial exploitation and sex trafficking,” said the executive director and founder of Living Water for Girls, Lisa Williams. “When we first opened Living Water for Girls, our first three referrals were from Henry County.”
#Living Water for Girls is a private, non-profit, faith-based agency that provides services to American girls (ages 12 to 17). There is a residential facility in the greater Atlanta area, which houses 10 girls at a time. It provides individual, family and group counseling, along with medical, dental, and mental health services, equine therapy, performance art therapy, home school education, and life-skills training.