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IN THE NEWS

WE ARE EXPANDING! 

November 16, 2022

We are excited to share an update on how God is answering our prayers to reach more women who are survivors of human trafficking! We are expanding our survivor care model to two new regions based in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and Columbus, Ohio. Our successful program started in Jacksonville, Florida, in 2013 and has served more than 2,000 survivors through victim outreach and survivor care. Through prayer and discernment, God has led us to these states to provide restoration for women in their darkest time of need. 

​We announced our partnership with the Tim Tebow Foundation to fight against human trafficking in September 2020. This relationship has been a tremendous catalyst for us to expand and scale our survivor care model to meet the urgent need across the nation for safe housing for trafficking survivors. In the last year, a National Engagement Director was hired to oversee and manage the expansion of Her Song across the country and has already established Community Engagement Coordinators in both Tennessee and Ohio to lead the local effort and partnerships for Her Song – Chattanooga  and Her Song – Columbus. These markets will also be supported by major church partnerships and partnerships with local coalitions, government officials, and other service providers, which will create the foundation and support to launch residential care. 

 

“Alongside the Tim Tebow Foundation, we have been able to make connections and open doors that will allow us to reach more women with the opportunity to live a life of freedom,” said Rachel White, President of Her Song. “Amazing life changes are happening every day at Her Song. Women are healing in body, mind, and spirit. They are empowered to finish their education, build a career, and see their dreams of a flourishing life fulfilled.”

“Investing in the Her Song survivor care ministry has allowed TTF to continue elevating our effort in the global fight against human trafficking,” said Tim Tebow, Founder and Chairman of the Tim Tebow Foundation. “Bringing this model to more regions to reach more survivors together is a huge priority for the foundation, and with the additional work we are doing to prevent, rescue, and lead survivors to freedom around the world, we are pushing back the darkness. It takes so many people to make this happen and we are grateful for everyone who is playing a role in seeing more survivors receive the faith, hope and love that they deserve.” 

Please join us in prayer as we open doors to women in these new cities and that God would continue to equip our staff to answer this urgent call. Thank you for joining our mission to interrupt the cycle of human trafficking and lead the exploited to freedom! 

 
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TIM TEBOW ON ANTI-HUMAN TRAFFICKING IN TENNESSEE

May 13, 2021

Watch as Tim Tebow accepts a $1.2M grant from the State of Tennessee to fight human trafficking on behalf of Her Song, a ministry of the Tim Tebow Foundation.

"My foundation and I are committed to increasing holistic survivor care across the country through our ministry, Her Song, and look forward to serving alongside the great State of Tennessee to continue pushing back this darkness."  ~Tim Tebow

HUMAN TRAFFICKING, TRAUMA, AND MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS

March 29 & April 5

Part I

Who is pushing back the darkness in the hidden world of human trafficking? How does human trafficking affect a victim's mental health? Join us as we learn from the perspective of Rachel White, LMHC; the president of "Her Song".

Part II

We continue to explore the trauma that comes from human trafficking, and the recovery process for those who have been directly affected by it.

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THE BILLION DOLLAR EVIL OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND HOW HER SONG IS FIGHTING FOR FREEDOM

February 25, 2021

Human Trafficking is a billion dollar evil that is happening all around us in all of our communities. Rachel White is a licensed counselor and felt so compelled that she needed to help survivors of trafficking know that they are loved so she founded Her Song: where young ladies from all over the nation find refuge in the aftermath of trafficking.

TIM TEBOW FOUNDATION ADVANCES FIGHT AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING

September 14, 2020

The Tim Tebow Foundation and Her Song Jacksonville announced today that they have entered into a formal union in the global fight against human trafficking. The relationship between these two organizations started more than two years ago when the Tim Tebow Foundation began walking alongside Her Song.

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HER SONG HELPS LOCAL HUMAN TRAFFICKING VICTIMS

January 22, 2020

Listen as Kelly Posze, our Program Director, speaks about why Florida is ranked third for the highest reported cases of human trafficking in the nation.

HER SONG STRIVES TO RESTORE HUMAN TRAFFICKING VICTIMS TO MEANINGFUL LIVES

December 26, 2019

The belief that human trafficking happens somewhere else is no long viable.

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“SUPPORT HER” INITIATIVE AT JU AIDS HER SONG IMPACT IN NORTHEAST FLORIDA

March 6, 2019

Freedom is often something taken for granted in America today. That is, until face to face with someone whose freedom was snatched away.

TRAFFICKING IN HOPE

January 28, 2018

There is a singing feeling in your chest when the sun breaks gold over the ocean and the air…

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FIRST LOCAL SAFE HOUSE FOR HUMAN TRAFFICKING VICTIMS

November 3, 2017

Her Song opened Freedom Cottage -- first safe house in Northeast Florida for women leaving human trafficking.

IF YOU SUSPECT HUMAN TRAFFICKING IN THE UNITED STATES PLEASE

CALL   1-888-373-7888   or   TEXT   “Help” to BEFREE.

If you are a survivor and need services, call Her Song at 904.513.0203.

If you need emergency assistance, call 911.