Monica is an important part of STAC’s outreach, particularly in Gadsden County, where she helps organize an annual community forum.
This program will focus on the myths vs. the realities of human trafficking and what you can do to raise awareness.
Highlighting ACTIONS we can take to create a world where trafficking no longer exists.
Rebecca Zoeller writes about getting businesses involved to recognize, report and prevent human trafficking.
Ina’s vision is to bring community awareness to forced labor and human trafficking in rural areas through youth outreach.
This certificate-based training is offered in partnership with the Big Bend Coalition Against Human Trafficking and the International Rescue Committee in Florida.
The International Rescue Committee (IRC) in partnership with Survive and Thrive Advocacy Center (STAC) has received funding from the Department of Justice, securing — for the first time — federal resources specifically designated to combat human trafficking in the Big Bend
On this milestone birthday, I’m asking you to join me and to support STAC with a donation to help stop human trafficking in our region of Florida.
Recognize common indicators and “red flags.” Discuss the approach for a patient who is a suspected victim of trafficking.
Vania Aguilar, MS, STAC Board member, is the keynote speaker for STAC’s training on August 16, which will focus on human trafficking and its intersections with immigration.