Forced labor[ edit ] Forced labor is also defined  as "labor or services that are performed or provided by a person and are obtained or maintained through force, fraud, or coercion, or equivalent conduct that would reasonably overbear the will of the person. The San Francisco International Airport also held training sessions on how to identify and report human trafficking activity. Their important work covers the level of support that is required to help survivors get back on their feet. She was just 14, a foster child, when the first of many "Johns" preyed on that young teen. Children are often targeted as they are considered prized virgins, untainted by disease such as AIDS and easier to manipulate by their pimps. Traffickers and poachers look for easy targets, who have no families, no jobs or no place for shelter. Smuggling always occurs transnationally, but acts of trafficking can involve transportation within the State or transportation to another State. Post-rescue services are on standby in the Bay Area but more support is needed such as an increase in specialized shelters for children, education, literacy and vocational training, mental health support and drug rehabilitation, if applicable. Choice or circumstance had driven them from their homeland towards the promise of a richer life in California. Jaida Im of Freedom House In , Jaida Im launched Freedom House with a mission to bring hope and healing to survivors of human-trafficking by providing a safe home and long-term aftercare. It is likely that sex trafficking is overrepresented in the media due to high public interest, compared to other types of trafficking. There have been cases in Southeast Asia of forced methamphetamine meth use for endurance to service over ten patrons per day, leaving them drug-addicted. Merchants and administrators also followed this practice if they were wealthy enough. Just as there is a religious streak in American life, there is also an individualist streak. The employers exploit these victims by forcing them to work unreasonable hours, paying them less than minimum wages and preventing them from leaving their homes.