Georgia Cares knows that working with DMST victims requires a team approach; often, youth served by our organization have a history of system and community interventions. In an effort to provide the most integrated care possible, Georgia Cares takes on the role of being a crux of service connectedness. Our agency works with partners such as the Federal and Georgia Bureaus of Investigation, Georgia Division of Family and Children Services, Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Georgia Center for Child Advocacy, county juvenile courts, other anti-human trafficking groups in Georgia, and faith and community based organizations across the state. Georgia Cares co-convenes the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) Multidisciplinary Team (MDT), which is modeled after evidence-informed practices for serving youth who have been victims of abuse. The CSEC MDT is the only group of its kind specifically dedicated to youth involved with DMST.
Georgia Cares is always looking for new partners to join the anti-trafficking movement. Georgia Cares has other partners in the following categories: