There's a new treatment center in the state for victims of sex trafficking.
Transitions is in a rural area in Wisconsin. It opened two months ago, with funding from the state Department of Children and Families.
Lead therapist Ashley Nischke says they teach the girls coping and calming skills, and help them catch up on their schoolwork. She says they also work with their home communities, to make sure they'll have support when they leave.
Nischke says the average age of sex trafficking victims in the state is 13. She says trafficking is happening in every county.
Lutheran Social Services is running the facility.