Camille Place is a public benefit 501(C)(3) nonprofit organization that is committed to Christ and our call to rescue innocent children that have been sold into slavery. Founded in 2015, with one goal in mind; to rescue children and to bring them to lasting freedom. Our facility, located in an undisclosed location in Alabama, works with law enforcement and agencies. The children receive medical and psychological treatment to promote her well-being. Every girl receives education, food, clothing, and shelter. Daily group Bible study and worship is provided for spiritual growth, as our belief is that with God, nothing is impossible. The name Camille Place is in honor of the late Camille Coats who, by the age of 24, had dedicated her life to the Lord and had a passion to minister to exploited women and children. Her legacy will continue, as the only home for trafficked and exploited children serving all girls 19 and under, will bring hope to the hopeless.