Giving TuesdayNov 28
On a sunny afternoon, BSCC received a call from Homeland Security Victim Assistance Program to refer a client who was recently rescued from a debt bondage situation. She had endured countless days of overwhelming work but was being treated less than human. She worked over 14 hours a day, no breaks, and no pay. Her love for her family back in India was what kept her strong and willing to overcome this horrible life. Once she arrived to BSCC, we were able to provide her with mental health counseling, a warm bed where she could rest her tired soul and we helped her win reparations from her exploiters. With her spirit rested, she decided to move back to India to live with her children who she had not seen in over 3 years. Now she is thriving in her hometown, loving life and enjoying the company of her family.
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