Rescuing Hope


Sex trafficking is the fastest growing form of organized crime in our world today. It is not a respecter of persons. It affects every demographic. It takes place in every state in our nation. The average age of entry into sexual exploitation is 11-13 for boys and 12-14 for girls.

Rescuing Hope’s mission is to enlighten the public about sex trafficking in America, educate potential victims and first responders while empowering advocates and survivors.

We cannot fight a problem if we don’t know it exists. As we educate the public we raise the awareness of the issue and solicit people to step into the fight. We believe everyone can do something in this fight.

By training educators and medical personnel, we equip them to better identify potential victims they may come in contact with so they can intervene. As we teach students about sex trafficking and the tactics used to groom and lure potential victims, we make them aware of steps they can take to make themselves a less likely target, as well as equipping them to become advocates at a young age.

Rescuing a victim from sex trafficking is just the beginning. They need people to walk life alongside them, helping them navigate their way from victim to survivor to thriver. Rescuing Hope provides support to survivors as they reclaim their lives and start to move forward and thrive.


Email address for inquiries:e-mail her here.

Founder and Executive Director: Susan Norris

Telephone Number: 404-388-0483

Mailing Address: 1750 Powder Springs Road, Suite 190, Box 112, Marietta, GA 30064

Rescuing Hope is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and your donations are tax deductible.