Upcoming Events

February 2021:
Facebook Live: "How to Talk to Your Kids About Human Trafficking"
February 21st, 7pm
This is the first online event of our new Facebook Live educational seminar series. Every month we will be covering a different topic relating to domestic violence or human trafficking.

This month's topic is "How to Talk to Your Kids About Human Trafficking." Human Trafficking is all around us and given that the average age of a girl who is trafficked is 12, children and teens are especially vulnerable to it. In this seminar, we will cover how to have these unfortunately necessary conversations, without scaring your kids. We will also be breaking the information down by age group, so you can learn how to address each of your children separately. We will also be answering any questions you have following the presentation.
March 2021:
Headshots Against Human Trafficking
March 6th, 9am-5pm
In celebration of International Women's Month, we are offering headshots with a professional photographer, Laura Bayda, owner of Laura's Lenses, Bailiwicks coffee, donuts, and goodie bags! 
We will also be raffling off a laptop bag stuffed with office supplies, jewelry, and the book by Jen Sincero, "You are a Badass." Laura will also be raffling off a free photo session. 
Click here to sign up for a time!
Facebook Live:  "How to Help Someone Who is in a Domestic Violence Relationship (Even Yourself)"
March 21st, 7pm
This is the second online event of our new Facebook Live educational seminar series. Every month we will be covering a different topic relating to domestic violence or human trafficking.

This month's topic is "How to Help Someone Who is in a Domestic Violence Relationship (Even Yourself)." According to the World Health Organization, 1 in 3 women will experience physical and/or sexual intimate partner violence or non-partner sexual violence in their life. Domestic violence is happening all around us, even if you do not see it. In this webinar, we will give tips on how to help a friend in a domestic violence situation. We will also give advice for individuals who are in a domestic violence relationship themselves. We will also be answering any questions you have following the presentation.

(567) 938-6163

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