Rescue Home Established in 2013

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Since our home opened in 2013, our Thailand home has become a top trauma center where our children are receiving long-term, top of the line trauma and rehabilitative care. Both boys and girls as young as 2 years old are being cared for in this home. More than 20 children have been successfully rehabilitated, 13 traffickers have been prosecuted, and all 17 children enrolled in the school are currently enrolled in top education programs, and we are running our home at 100% capacity.

About Thailand.

There is an estimated 3-4 million slaves in Thailand today. Thailand 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 Thrive Home Has Done.

17Children Currently Being Cared For

AllChildren Receiving Music Therapy & Classes

1Child Adopted

13Traffickers Prosecuted

100%Filled House Capacity

AllGirls Enrolled In School

20Children Successfully Rehabilitated

AllGirls Attended Cheer & Tumbling Camp

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 Thrive 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 Thrive.

The First BuyA 17-year- old girl is rescued from a brothel BEFORE a man ever purchases her. She was told about a “job” that would help to provide for her family, but didn’t realize what she was getting involved with. She is still a virgin and was simply trying to help her sick father (HIV Positive) and impoverished family survive. UH’s team was the first to buy her and at that moment we helped her escape.

Top In Her ClassUpon arriving, one of the girls was extremely delayed in her education and learning due largely to her trauma. After some evaluation she was identified as having a learning disability. However, despite the challenges she faced, she refused to give up and ended up finishing the school year top in her class!