The Baltimore County Human Trafficking Work Group is offering a free 4-part webinar series open to all community members. This introductory webinar series is intended to empower and educate Baltimore County residents by raising awareness and teaching about the realities of this crime. Learn about the impact of human trafficking, how to identify potential victims, and how you can make a difference in Baltimore County. This educational series will conclude with a panel discussion, providing attendees an opportunity to ask questions directly to the county’s leading experts.
If only for the one. We are on a mission to give voice to the silenced, give healing to the broken, and freedom to the enslaved. A mission for millions, one at a time.
Title: Childhood Adversity: Mental Health, Trauma, & Healing TechniquesDate of Webinar: May 6, 2020 Time Of Webinar: 3:00 PM -4:15 PM Presenter: Jessica T. White, M.SLevel: Entry level Description of Webinar: Child abuse and neglect affect the body in various ways. The primary effect takes place in the brain. Because of its complexities, once a traumatic experience occurs, a child's brain will no longer respond as it was initially developed to do.
This networking and interactive event is for experienced advocates and professionals who are active in addressing human trafficking in the state of Michigan through prevention, education and/or the provision of services to survivors and at-risk populations.
First annual a21 Walk For Freedom will be held on October 19th at Metcalfe Park in downtown Kingman AZ. This event is being held to raise awareness about human trafficking. There will be information booths set up with representatives from organizations across the state of Arizona currently providing services to survivors of human trafficking.
A 5K run/walk and 1 mile fun run against human trafficking. There will also be an art auction with Hope freedom and restoration inspired pieces. If you aren’t into fitness or art, please consider flat donations. Scan the QR code or use bit.ly link to give.
The public is invited to our open house, held at the Fierce Freedom offices at 2519 N. Hillcrest Pkwy, Altoona, from 4PM - 7PM.Come meet our staff, ask questions, learn about our programming, and enjoy some free refreshments.
This full-day pre-conference will address how communities can utilize existing partnerships and resources to identify, investigage and prosecute strangulation. Attendees will receive guidance for implementing proven policies and protocols to strengthen the quality of evidence and better utilize existing statutes to hold hte most dangerous offenders accountable.