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Human Trafficking Rescue Alliance Service Provider Subcommittee:

The Human Trafficking Rescue Alliance is a collaboration of local, state and federal law enforcement agencies working together with area social service organizations to identify and assist the victims of human trafficking and to effectively identify, apprehend and prosecute those engaged in trafficking offenses.

Houston Freedom Church Alliance:

The system of human sex trafficking (supply and demand) is a complex and entrenched evil that cannot be defeated without a strategically unified approach. God has called Church in this city to action. This church-based Alliance provides a unified approach that deploys the right spiritual, human, and financial capital to targeted needs. This strategic method allows our partners, the most effective ministries on the front lines of this battle in our city, the ability to focus on their strengths, removing the burden to provide resources that are not in their area of expertise.

The Cease Network:

The CEASE Network is a collaboration of pioneering cities committed to reducing sex-buying by 20 percent in two years. This action-oriented network is dedicated to innovating, testing, and sharing strategies with a proven impact on deterring people from buying sex in many major metropolitan areas.

GuideStar Gold:

Redeemed Ministries is a Gold Level member of GuideStar. GuideStar gathers and disseminates information about every single IRS-registered nonprofit organization. They provide as much information as possible about each nonprofit’s mission, legitimacy, impact, reputation, finances, programs, transparency, and governance.

The Get Together NorthWest:

GTNW meets monthly for lunch to learn about how Christ-centered ministries are serving the community. A needs list for the ministries is presented and there is a time of brainstorming ideas of ways to meet these needs. Most are not funded by government or United Way resources and rely on financial and in-kind donations from individuals, churches and some private foundations. Although there will always be opportunities to give of your financial resources, the main objective is to get business people involved in these ministries using how God uniquely gifted them for business, sharing their particular expertise and wisdom.

Texas Association of Addiction Professionals:

TAAP is a confederation of individual counselors, prevention specialists, and other persons who have a direct interest in the field of addiction.  While the bulk of our membership is comprised of those professionals dedicated to the recovery of alcoholics and drug abusers and their families from the devastating illness of alcoholism and drug abuse, many of our members serve a clientele that suffer from other addictions as well.

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