Fort Worth Business Press

November 24, 2018

Fort Worth Business Press

"For people trapped in the sex trafficking world, one of the most difficult issues is finding work to support them while they try to change their lives.

In Fort Worth, one of the places that seeks to help them do that is The Net, a nonprofit that works with both the homeless and those caught in human trafficking.

Melissa Ice, the founder and executive director of The Net, announced Nov. 15 that its subsidiary, The Worthy Co., is opening a brick and mortar retail site in Fort Worth to provide jobs and other opportunities for survivors of sex trafficking."

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