Cleveland Browns coach Hue Jackson and his wife want to give survivors of human trafficking a safe space to rebuild their lives.
The “Survivors for Human Trafficking Residence” is located inside the Salvation Army’s Harbor Light building in downtown Cleveland. Monday afternoon, crews rushed to put on the finishing touches.
The facility has 12 beds in three rooms and will be staffed with a dedicated team 24 hours a day, alongside a detoxification facility.
“We want to provide a safe haven for these young women who have been trafficked, to give them an opportunity to get their lives back in order, to help them any way that we can,” Jackson said.
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