ATLANTA — Understanding how homeless youth are trafficked is important information for the organizations offering them services.
That’s the conclusion of a report released today based on a 2018 count of homeless and runaway young people ages 14-25 in Atlanta.
“Clearly, talking about trafficking is critically important,” said Eric Wright, chairman of the sociology department at Georgia State University , who led the survey and report. Atlanta Youth Count 2018 found about […]
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