Human Trafficking - 5:07
with Dr. Chad Audi, President and CEO of Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries
Posted Jan 23, 2017
They began as a soup kitchen over 100 years ago, today they are the largest rescue mission in the country. The Mission began as a soup kitchen that provided church services, shelter, food and clothing for the homeless and downtrodden. It changed locations several times and added services to meet the needs of the ever-changing community. Those services include substance abuse treatment, transitional and permanent housing, job preparation and educational courses. Visit the Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries on the web. Interview recorded on January 19th, 2017.
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