Better Neighbors in Houston March 29, Discussing Human Trafficking

Texas Impact is coming to Houston to talk about programs to help strengthen our community! Time: Tuesday, March 29, 2016 Place: John Wesley United Methodist Church, 5830 Bermuda Dunes Drive, Houston, TX 77069 RSVP: Free admission. Facebook Event or contact Scott Atnip...
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Woman sentenced to 6 years in prison for role in sex trafficking of minors in Milford

NEW HAVEN >> A 23-year-old woman was sentenced to six years in federal prison followed by 10 years of supervised released for her admitted roles in conspiring to sex traffick minor girls in Stratford and Milford. “Let there be no question that conspiring to...
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Beauty Will Rise is Taking it to another Level of Combat

BWR is doing great things in the South Texas Region already, but we are changing the game and taking on a whole new strategy. As far as BWR knows there is not much local information out in the communities that are hitting the Hispanic culture in the area. With that...
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Beauty Will Rise is a Force to Reckon with

BWR is taking a new step towards preventing sex trafficking, we not only want to be an organization that helps victims, rather we want to be an organization that PREVENTS human/sex trafficking victims. We are taking our organization into the school districts of local...
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Katy couple indicted in enslavement case

The home in the Canyon Gate Subdivision where a husband and wife is accused of enslaving their nanny. – Covering Katy photo by Dennis Spellman HOUSTON (Covering Katy) – A federal grand jury has returned a five-count indictment against the couple who...
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The Rooster gets 40 years for sex trafficking

Houston & Texas Gabrielle Banks | on February 29, 2016 Image 1 of 31 Gerardo “El Gallo” Salazar is seen in an undated courtesy photo provided by the FBI. He was considered by authorities in Houston to have been the region’s most wanted human...
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Human Trafficking Awareness Month

“It’s Not My Problem” Is No Longer Acceptable: Child Trafficking in the United States Read More: Children, Human Trafficking, Human Trafficking Awareness Month, Children’s Rights, Child Trafficking, Impact News With domestic and international...
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Texas Attorney General Unveils Unit to Fight Human Trafficking

Enlarge Photo by Shelby Knowles/ The Texas Tribune Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced a new unit of his office dedicated to combating human trafficking. State Rep. Senfronia Thompson, D-Houston, the author of a law that enhanced penalties for human...
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Crime Stoppers of Houston – The Texas Fight Against Human Trafficking

A Legislative Update Human trafficking is a multi-faceted problem and fighting this egregious crime requires a number of stakeholders and tactics. Comprehensive legislation and sound public policy are crucial components to laying a successful framework for tackling...
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Fmr. Children’s Shelter Worker Sentenced For Sex Trafficking « CBS Miami

Follow CBSMIAMI.COM: Facebook | Twitter MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) — A former worker at the Florida Keys Children’s Shelter has been sentenced for selling two underage girls for sex. A U.S. Attorney’s Office news release says 29-year-old...
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We provide Awareness and Education sessions for

  • The General Public
  • Police and Medical Professionals
  • Youth Awareness Comic book and Prevention Curriculum

We believe that awareness and education are the best tools we have in preventing human trafficking from growing. 


Raising Funds



We raise funds through donations and by selling items that raise awareness. Beauty Will Rise is a 501c3 and all donations are tax deductible. It takes approximately $500 to transition a victim. Victims usually come with no clothing, no personal items, and no money. We provide them with basic necessities, food, lodging, and transportation while in our care. 


Transition Victims

Beauty [Will] Rise

We help transition victims rescued by officials back to their families or enter into a long term rehabilitation program. We have a transition home where victims and BWR First Responders stay while make arrangements for their transition into a healthier life.