Faith’s mission is to continue to educate others about human trafficking and how, as a community, we can all assist in the fight.
Sex and labor trafficking don’t stop in times of crisis. In fact, traffickers use these circumstances to prey upon the vulnerable. You can help.
A conversation on COVID-19’s impact on the criminal justice system by AEquitas.
Social media is used to contact, recruit, and sell children for sex. Learn about the dangers and warning signs.
As our region, country and world continue to deal with the effects of COVID-19, we are announcing several rescheduled events below.
This conference is to help our community learn about the prevalence of trauma, raise awareness and build resilience.
Your participation in Human Trafficking Awareness Month helped reach 500 people directly and countless others through the ripple effects of our outreach.
Sex and labor trafficking are occurring in every community, every day of the year.
Monica is an important part of STAC’s outreach, particularly in Gadsden County, where she helps organize an annual community forum.
Rebecca Zoeller writes about getting businesses involved to recognize, report and prevent human trafficking.