In April the Observer recounted the story of Joy Anderson, a former sex trafficking victim rescued by George, who later named her shelter “Redeeming Joy.” She said she’s disappointed lawmakers did not approve any money to help people like her. ” Tammy Harris, a board member of the Cabarrus shelter, called the lack of funding “disheartening.” She’d gone to Raleigh with Anderson for the announcement of the House bill.
She said a lawmaker later told her why he thought the funding request wasn’t going anywhere.
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The lure of acceptance, protection and a false sense of love held her prisoner for seven years.
Today she is free and has gotten her voice back helping others in Cabarrus County.
Sponsored by a top Mecklenburg County lawmaker and the top House budget writer, the measure had 48 co-sponsors – nearly half the House.
According to the anti-trafficking Polaris Project, more than 8,000 trafficking cases were reported nationwide in 2016 – 35 percent more than a year before.
In North Carolina, 181 cases were called in to the National Human Trafficking Hotline last year, up from 112. “Why wouldn’t anybody care about these lost women and lost men?
Mental health services could cost another ,000, experts say.
George, whose suburban shelter now has four women staying there, said she had to turn away three others last week for lack of money.
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