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Bryan said she joined the Margie’s Haven House board in October 2012. We have an excellent facility, and the community literally rallies around us,” she said.
“When I don’t stay quiet, it gives people the opportunity to see they can speak out, too. “That’s why you do it.” Her fledgling website, which includes her story and offers ways to help and links to news articles about human trafficking, is “I do wonder.” Here’s what she does know: “Victims need to know they can reach out for help and ultimately find healing and a good life,” she said.During one of her prayer times, Bryan said, she felt God urging her to tell her story.She resisted because it meant telling her family, for one. “I felt horrible for dropping this huge bombshell on everyone.” Her mother was devastated, Bryan said, and had to be told about it on two different occasions. “I think she’s still in shock that it could have happened and she didn’t know.She said her husband was shocked and angry at the trafficker.She and her husband have three children, and at the time, she was running an in-home day care.