Rescue Home Established in 2013

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Since our home opened in 2013, 43 children have been rescued, 19 girls are staying with us now, 4 traffickers have been persecuted, and we are running our home at 100% capacity. 4 girls from our home have also been featured in Forbes 100 Most Powerful Women In Mexico!

About Mexico.

By conservative estimates, each year there is an estimated 800,000 adults and 20,000 children trafficked for sexual exploitation. Mexico has been rated a Tier 2 Watchlist nation for human trafficking from the US State Department, one step above the Tier 3 rating for countries with the worst human-trafficking records.

What Our Mexico City Home Has Done.

19Girls Currently Being Cared For

43Rescues To Date

4Traffickers Prosecuted

9Graduated and Enrolled in Trade Schools/University

4Girls Featured In Forbes 100 Most Powerful Women In Mexico

1Girl Is On CNN Mexico with Congresswoman Rosi Orozoco

100%Filled House Capacity

10Children Successfully Back With Their Families

2Finished University And Working

1Girl Featured On The Discovery Channel

AllChildren Receive Psychological Therapy and Trauma Care

All Our Rescue Homes.

RescueUnlikely Heroes teams are on the ground in high-risk areas working to rescue kids out of sex slavery in the Philippines, Thailand, Mexico, & the United States.

RestoreOur quality restoration homes provide: housing, safety, food, medical care, education, life skills and therapy to each rescued child.

EducateThrough our awareness and prevention campaigns, our teams have educated over 20,000 people on the issue of human trafficking and how to respond.

Donate To Our Mexico City Home

Your gift makes it possible for us to give each rescued child food, shelter, therapy, life skills, clothing, job training and medical care.


Stories From Mexico City.

From Hopeless To HopefulShe was 16 when she began being exploited by members of the Mexican drug cartel. They threatened to kill her and her family if she didn’t do what they required, so she was taken daily to a house where she would be forced to see 80 clients in a day. Her family attempted to move away in order to get her out of the situation, but the cartel followed and found her. After 18 months of this imprisonment, Natalie finally succeeded in her escape and went to the authorities who helped to place her in our care. Now, Natalie is finishing high school and has received her Digital Design certification in order to use it for future employment.