There are 50 children that are waiting on rescue from the most horrendous situations that a child could ever endure.

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We provide excellent restorative aftercare in our homes for boys and girls who have been rescued through our network of professional organizations rescuing children from brothels, red light districts, and sex slavery or exploitation.

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As a full-spectrum rescue organization and aftercare home we work with agencies in reintegrating girls that have been trafficked back into their families or communities.

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Thrive Rescue Homes She has a name, she has a face and she has a story to tell.

Pattaya Thailand is a city known as the 'world capitol for child sex trafficking', Jeremy & Jenifer Kraus were heartbroken as they visited this city. The heart-wrenching faces of children trapped in sex trafficking would leave their mark on their hearts forever.

As we walked the streets of Pattaya we knew "we must do something, no matter the cost. After all, these children are NOT for sale, they are PRICELESS."

At Thrive Rescue Homes, our specialized restoration of these boys & girls is our heartbeat. Our children receive medical care, counseling, schooling and most importantly are cared for and loved.

Together with volunteers, partners and YOU we are bringing hope and restoration to these young boys & girls trapped in an invisible cage.

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Thrive Rescuers are an elite team of individuals (YOU) that are committed to providing rescue and restoration to survivors of child sex trafficking in TWO nations.

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World Day Against Trafficking in Persons

Written by Jenifer Kraus  /  Published on Wednesday, 30 July 2014
Dear Friends, 

Today, July 30th, marks the first annual World Day against Trafficking in Persons. Most of us have heard the statistics, some of us are involved against the fight against human trafficking. But, some of us are wondering where we fit in in all this. How do we tackle a global problem that at times seems so far away, yet exists in our own backyard as well?

I can tell you from being on the ground in Thailand and visiting surrounding countries like Cambodia, India and the Philippines, that human trafficking is a very real, raw and ugly. I have looked into the eyes of girls who have experienced horrendous abuse, I have hugged survivors of trafficking when they cried and laughed at their jokes, even when I don't understand them.  I have tucked them in at night and driven them to school in the morning. I have changed their sheets from soiling the bed every night, like many who have been sexually trafficked do. I have painted rainbows with them and watched quietly as they've drawn a scene of rape, as they weren't able to verbalize their abuse. Human trafficking may seem like a far off problem for those that it does not directly affect, but for those who have experienced it or are rescuing and caring for survivors, it is very real.