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WILMINGTON, NC, November 22, 2019 /24-7PressRelease/ -- We might think that getting help with human trafficking cases would be relatively straightforward. After all, we have all kinds of resources available - hotlines, helplines, 911 call centers and government websites. Unfortunately reporting and getting real help with a human trafficking case can be very difficult as Monica Deller, best selling author and CEO of Trauma To Triumph Family Ranches recently discovered. She related her experience in a piece on her site entitled "Human Trafficking: Does Anyone Have Suggestions On How To Get Help?" That article read in part:
"A couple weeks ago someone reached out to me desperate for help, they had tried various avenues that either left her afraid or threatened. A friend to her told her about me, having read my articles and news release, they thought I might help.
"I called the Hot Line number on the Attorney General's web site; it's a hot line for if you are witnessing or suspecting something happening but they were at a loss as to help me because I couldn't give them personal information for this lady… keep in mind, they are a hotline, therefore I had no way of knowing how secure they were. They told me they could not help me, and I was tying up the Hot Line.
"I then called the number on the Governor Generals website, it too being a Hot line, and got the same response.
"I called the office of the Attorney General, because they are big on working to eradicate Human Trafficking. I spoke with a very nice man who was very helpful, he gave me the number for the transcontinental human trafficking criminal department with a lady's name to speak to. I called several times over a period of a week and left messages. She never did call me back. Everyone said call 911 but the mother was too afraid – because of the level of corruption she had encountered, she didn't know who to trust.
"I called the police looking for the Chief as I had been told he was a great guy and safe to talk to but he was away for a week and the person I spoke to didn't want to talk to me, they wanted the person I was acting for. I got no help there either.
"I called back to both the Attorney General and the Governors office asking how I would be able to get an appointment only to be told neither were accessible.
"You can understand my frustration at this point. This lady had, had her 5-year-old kidnapped and believed she was being trafficked but like her, I was unable to get any help. Her life and that of an older daughter were threatened. To me, this was a case that needed immediate attention and there was no help available. To me this child and her mother were in danger and there was nowhere to go for help.
"A pastor friend, Pastor YJ Jimenez who I hadn't spoken to for years called me to congratulate me on my recent news release, I told him of my frustration and what I had done so far… he gave me the name and cell number for Sheriff Brad Coe, who he knew personally, he spoke highly of the Sheriff and said he'd be a safe resource that we could count on. I called sheriff Coe and he immediately set up an appointment for the next morning for me to come and see him. From that meeting, he arranged for a meeting with the appropriate authorities to meet with the mom and I. Thanks to the sheriff things are now happening."
The full article is available at Deller's website at http://www.traumatotriumphfamilyranches.com.
As the best selling author of 'Trauma To Triumph', Deller intends to use her writing talent to bring these issues to light through a new series of books, currently in production. She requests that people who have been affected by human trafficking submit their stories to her for possible publication in this new series of books. Those who wish to submit their stories anonymously for possible publication in the upcoming book series should contact Monica Deller directly by email.
Trauma To Triumph Family Ranches offers a totally unique approach to offering solutions to these problems, and many others. While other organizations hold the same goals, Trauma To Triumph is different in 3 specific ways:
They develop programs based on traditional Christian values.
They hold to the American value system as developed by our Founders
Their model is holistic in nature, covering the entire family structure.
The ranch will provide for individuals a place to come and experience the freedom of healing from strongholds, abuse, and depression. Programs, far too many in number to be listed here (see website) are designed to address the whole person spiritually, physically, mentally, emotionally, and nutritionally.
Deller understands intimately the issues, as she has personally experienced many of them and, as a result, has written a best selling book entitled, 'Trauma to Triumph - If I can you can too'. Readers and reviewers have lavished praise on the new book, calling it "a heart wrenching story", "uplifting and inspirational" and "a work of tremendous revelation." One Amazon reviewer said, "I absolutely loved this book - WOW, and I thought I had some rough patches in life... this will blow your mind! I love the no nonsense truth and transparency. I can relate and am already using this book to guide myself to triumph! Thank you Monica for being brave and sharing your story."
Monica Deller is available for media interviews and can be reached using the information below or by email at email@example.com. 'Trauma to Triumph - If I can you can too' is available from booksellers including Amazon. More information regarding Trauma To Triumph Family Ranches, including full program listings and a series of articles in the 'Speak Out With Monica' section is available at her website at http://TraumaToTriumphFamilyRanches.com.
The mission of the organization is to give hope to people who have been affected by poverty, substance abuse, gangs, imprisonment, homelessness, abuse, and neglect, etc., by connecting them to God, through a loving relationship with Jesus Christ, and to a community of support, while helping them to develop a support system that will encourage each to make positive, long-term, God-honoring changes in their lives, thus knowing they are valued by, and have purpose in, Christ. It is their desire to provide a distinctly life changing experience to the youth, children and their families who enter in the programs at Trauma To Triumph Family Ranches. The goal is to help youth and children and their entire families change their lives, developing new habits to live confident, healed and restored lives consistently.
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