It only takes one person, one group or one community to successfully advocate for services and support to serve youth victims of child sexual exploitation and trafficking in Georgia. Georgia Cares relies on the passion and efforts of our community supporters to further our mission, spread awareness and educate others on the issue.

Our team has served youth in 134 of the 159 Georgia counties, and we trained over 4,080 people statewide in 2018. By conducting trainings across the state, we equip individuals with information and knowledge to empower them to become catalysts for change within their community. We believe that together, through a partnership, we can ensure victims are restored and thriving, eradicating child sex trafficking in Georgia.

You can become an advocate simply by becoming more knowledgeable. Attend a training or request a training for your community! If you are interested in becoming an advocate for Georgia Cares, complete the Training and Speaker Request Form and email it to us at