dmst Lobby day 2016

Awareness at this year's Lobby Day highlighted the importance of community involvement, education on DMST, and voter ratification of Senate Resolution 7 during the November 2016 General Election. The purpose of this ratification is to enable the Safe Harbor legislation from last session, ensuring that services and support are provided for child victims of sex trafficking in Georgia; furthering the principle that children are victims, and should not be charged and treated as criminals.

Sponsorship Opportunities

DMST Lobby Day is not possible without the support of individuals and organizations across the state who believe that children are priceless. Support this DMST Lobby Day and help give a voice to the voiceless. If you are interested in sponsoring Lobby Day 2017, please contact us at

Georgia Cares is a non-profit organization working to serve child sex trafficking victims across the State of Georgia.  Georgia Cares is the single, statewide coordinating agency to connect services and treatment care for victims.  Through research informed practices and evidence based assessments, we coordinate services to meet all needs and dimensions of a child’s wellbeing.  Staff follow victims throughout their process of treatment and recovery to lead healthy, successful lives as productive members of society.

Street Grace is a faith-based organization leading faith communities, organizations, and individual volunteers on a comprehensive path to end Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking (DMST) in Metro Atlanta and throughout the United States. Street Grace mobilizes community resources – financial, human, and material – to help individuals and organizations effectively fighting DMST through awareness, empowerment, and engagement. Street Grace is working to end DMST in Atlanta, with a vision of ending it throughout the United States.

Wellspring Living is devoted to safeguarding and empowering domestic sex trafficking victims and those at risk to develop the courage to move forward and the confidence to succeed. Through life-giving residential and community-based programs, girls and young women are provided the opportunity to live and dream again.