The Exodus Road (TER) is a non-profit organization dedicated to combating and ending human trafficking across the globe. Since 2012, TER's efforts to investigate trafficking claims, undermine anti-human trafficking groups, and halt child trafficking have led to the arrest of over 800 traffickers and the rescue of over 1500 survivors, figures that continue to climb every day.
There is no doubt about it: human trafficking must be prevented, and it needs bold action to intervene in this crime. That is why The Exodus Road, based in Colorado Springs, Colorado, takes on human trafficking crime firsthand through broad-reaching efforts to empower law enforcement, equip communities, free trafficked individuals, arrest child traffickers, and provide care and support to trafficking survivors in the United States, India, Brazil, the Philippines, Thailand, and an unnamed Latin American country.
The Exodus Road fights for and supports the most vulnerable among us via prevention and training, direct action with police, and survivor aftercare. This organization's actions serve as an open message to traffickers all around the world: the weak deserve to be protected, not exploited.
The Exodus Road envisions a society where people are never purchased, sold, or exploited.
The Exodus Road team dispels the shadows of modern-day slavery by collaborating with law enforcement to combat human trafficking crime, enabling communities to protect the vulnerable, and encouraging survivors as they walk into freedom.
TER aspires not only to provide law enforcement with the tools and training they need to detect and arrest traffickers in their particular communities but also to generate the finances and awareness required to increase preventive efforts and put an end to modern-day slavery once and for all.
The Exodus Road, founded by Matt Parker and Laura Parker and located in Colorado Springs, CO, has grown into a dedicated, varied global workforce.