The battle is not over for victims of child sex traffickers in Georgia when the traffickers are in handcuffs and the children are safely off the street.

Those kids will need months or even years of care ranging from a place to live to counseling, but in Georgia, funds for such programs are not always available.

That could be about to change.

A broad coalition of political and community leaders is pushing for passage of an amendment to Georgia’s constitution that would fund restorative programs for victims of child sex trafficking. 

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