May General Meeting

We had the biggest crowd ever at our last meeting of the season. The place was packed, with about 8 new people!   The speaker, Special Agent Williger from Homeland Security, made an excellent presentation with a lot of interaction. In addition, the women’s club presented us with a check for…

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Our April General Meeting

CAHT’s April 18 general meeting featured Hillsborough County Public Schools Board Member, Lynn Gray.  She presented an overview of what the School Board’s role is in general and how the district views human trafficking and domestic violence and its impact on our youth. Member Gray is a strong advocate for building student relationships, early and…

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APRIL IS NATIONAL CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION MONTH!

CAHT honors the importance of this national recognition as it is part of our mission to educate the community and help our schools prevent child abuse from happening. Our children need our precious resources and our guidance whether we are their moms, dads, grandparents, teachers, aunts and uncles, or just…

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Let’s Fund Summer Day Camp for Kids

DO YOU EVER WONDER WHAT KIDS ARE DOING DURING THE SUMER?MANY ARE ALONE, HAVING NOTHING TO DO AND THEY ARE VULNERABLE TO BECOMING INVOLVED IN ACTIVITIES THAT MAY PUT THEM IN HARM’S WAY. SOME EVEN LACK PROPER NUTRUITION AND OTHER EVERYDAY BASIC NEEDS. CAHT has its concerning eye on what…

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VICTIM SERVICES MAKES EASTER BASKETS FOR SELAH FREEDOM SAFE HOUSE

Victim Services prepared Easter Baskets for Survivors at Selah Freedom Safe Home. They filled each basket and then wrapped each one. Then then we delivered them to Angelea Valenti who is the coordinator and in charge of the assessment house for Selah. We also gifted the girls with clothing and filled plastic eggs…

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Protecting Our Kids

This is one of the top priorities of CAHT! Protecting our kids from sexual exploitation by traffickers and other predators by educating our youth and their parents about the pitfalls of social media. Even grandparents need to know the trauma that occurs from getting involved with a traffic stalker never…

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March General Meeting

Our March meeting was a good one! The speaker for our March meeting was Anthony Sardone. He is 60 years old with a BA from Arkansas State University and Masters in Sociology. He has 17 years in the field of Social Work / Counseling. His presentation: America in the 21st…

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