SPECIAL CAHT MEMBERSHIP CONTEST!

WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT – BECOME A NEW MEMBER OR RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP!$20 TO JOIN – APPLICATION ATTACHED Campaign Against Human Trafficking and Domestic Violence – Southshore, known as CAHT, invites you to join our 10-year-old, all volunteer nonprofit.  Your 2021 dues support our efforts to stop the spread of…

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Annual Yard Sale

CAHT is holding their second annual yard sale, March 19th and 20th, to raise funds for domestic violence and human trafficking victims as well scholarships for deserving graduates who would not be able to continue their studies without assistance.  “ We focus on providing scholarship funds to first generation students…

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Special Membership Drive

CAHT needs our members to sign up at $20 a year. The individuals and families we support need us more than ever during this pandemic! Special membership drive: a chance to win a drawing for a $75 dinner for two in appreciation for supporting CAHT. The CAHT Board is donating…

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February General Meeting

This month’s general meeting features Rev. Kenny Irby, Director, Community Intervention & Juvenile Outreach, St. Petersburg Police Department, as their guest speaker. Rev. Irby is senior pastor of the Historic Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church as well co-creator and president of the Men & Women in the Making Initiative, an…

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January General Meeting

CAHT January 18th General Meeting – The Grooming of Our Youth Campaign Against Human Trafficking and Domestic Violence, known as CAHT, will have a special speaker for their January 18 general meeting.  January is National Human Trafficking month and CAHT has invited Dotti Groover-Skipper, a nationally known advocate in promoting…

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PTSD – Did You Know?

DID YOU KNOW? PTSD (Posttraumatic-Stress-Disorder is diagnosed after a person experiences symptoms for at least one month following a traumatic even; however, symptoms may not appear for even years later. This applies to adults, adolescents’ and even children. The disorder is characterized by three main types of symptoms:++ Re-experiencing the…

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