January is National Human Trafficking Prevention Month

Every year since 2010 the President has dedicated January to raise awareness about human trafficking and to educate the public about how to identify and prevent this crime. Since human trafficking disproportionately impacts racial and ethnic minorities, women, teens and girls, LGBTQ+ individuals, vulnerable migrants, those suffering from mental illness,  seniors and other historically marginalized and underserved communities, CAHT has developed education/prevention programs, a victim services tangible goods service,  teen mentoring, scholarships program, a mental health series, anti-bullying puppeteer show as well as a safe shelter for those families and individuals who must be moved out of harm’s way immediately,  For more information about CAHT, please link to their web:  www.sccblueheart.org, or contact President Robbie Chaplin at robertainscc@gmail.com

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