The Demand Project (TDP) exists to eradicate human trafficking, online enticement, child abuse imagery, and the commercial sexual exploitation of children. TDP fights these four crimes in four ways - through prevention, prosecution, rescue, and restoration.


TDP's nonresidential Journey to Freedom program has been operating in the Tulsa area since 2013, but on August 24th, 2020, TDP expanded its restoration strategy by opening Mount Arukah in Northeastern Oklahoma. Mount Arukah is TDP's residential campus for female survivors of human trafficking, ages 11-17. This campus can help up 60 survivors of trafficking and sexual exploitation, making it one of the largest residential restoration programs in the United States.


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