http://www.wmgt.com/node/2458 Submitted by Courtney Ferrell on Fri, 05/11/2007 - 11:16am. News Georgia lawmakers have earmarked 140,000 dollars to help young girls who have been prostituted, and advocates expect to set up assessment centers in metro Atlanta. The Juvenile Justice Fund had sought 700,000 dollars from Georgia's 2008 general budget. Its goal was to open a seven-bed regional assessment center and emergency shelter for sexually exploited children, possibly at Inner Harbour, a psychiatric hospital for children in Douglasville. The nonprofit group affiliated with the Fulton County Juvenile Court now plans to create satellite assessment centers for exploited children in five metro Atlanta counties: Fulton, DeKalb, Gwinnett, Clayton and Cobb. Executive Director Kimberley Borna says the centers will be based at existing hospitals or treatment centers, which first must submit proposals to the Juvenile Justice Fund. Few places exist to help sexually exploited kids, even though authorities call metro Atlanta a major hub for child prostitution. So what are they saying we won't take care of our own American Citizens? there isn't enough money for our American Children? WHERE IS ALL THE FUNDING FOR THESE KIDS? THESE ARE VICTIMS OF PREDATORS?