Human Trafficking Awareness Day

by British Columbia
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Today is #HumanTraffickingAwareness Day. The Salvation Army is committed to fighting sexual exploitation and has championed rehabilitative care and awareness across the country by opening Deborah’s Gate in 2009, the first Canadian safe house and residential program of its kind for survivors of human trafficking.

Deborah’s Gate is a specialized program of care that exists to serve international and domestic women age 18 and up who have been trafficked into situations of sexual and labour exploitation, and are in need of protective and restorative housing and healing.

Since 2009 over 130 survivors have accessed the Deborah’s Gate Program. Deborah’s Gate seeks to provide a safe and restorative environment that fosters a holistic approach to healing for female survivors of human trafficking. By providing wrap around support and care for both internal and domestic women, women are able to heal from their trauma

For more information regarding Deborah’s Gate please visit