Camden ministry at home on Broadway

Bill and Brenda Antinore have helped Camden's addicts, ex-cons and prostitutes for years. Now they live among them. Read More

On Camden streets, trying to sell prostitutes on a new life

Law enforcement is taking a new approach to an old problem Read More

While Camden arrests johns, it offers prostitutes a way out

It's not just homicides and shootings keeping law enforcement busy. Camden cops are also targeting another sort of crime that often goes on in plain sight: prostitution. Read More

Street Saavy

Naïve ministries won’t survive in Camden, but Seeds of Hope is different: It’s so street savvy that the police department sometimes calls the ministry staff when making arrests. Read More

Camden prostitute sweep by police, ministry offers aid or a summons

Suspected prostitutes arrested Friday during a Camden County police sweep were given two choices: Enroll in a ministry program to help them end the current cycle in which they've found themselves, or face a summons. Read More

Suburban men nabbed in Camden prostitution sting

Seven men didn't get what they bargained for when they allegedly tried to pick up prostitutes on Broadway in Camden. Read More

She Has a Name

Brenda Antinore of West Deptford is the head of She Has a Name, an outreach ministry, based in Camden, focused on helping women trapped in the bondage of addiction and prostitution. Read More