Prostitution Recovery

Prostitution Recovery

The Lola Greene Baldwin Foundation for Recovery was created in 1999 by three professionals with over fifty years experience working with survivors of war, prostitution, domestic violence, and other trauma. They saw the need for a more expanded treatment program for prostitution survivors, as well as more public discussions on the issue of prostitution as a serious human rights violation.

The organization traces its roots to the anti-slavery societies active before the Civil War. These groups worked against slavery on a political level, and also helped slaves escape through the Underground Railroad.


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