TIPP CITY – It is estimated 1,078 Ohio children fall victim to human trafficking yearly, and another 3,016 children are at-risk. This is not okay! Human trafficking happens within our communities.
“As a Darke Countian, I would be naive to say this doesn’t affect my rural community. Human trafficking is not limited to the big cities; it touches small communities as well. We must not bury our heads in the sand, but help prevent this atrocity!” says Caitlin Miller, Miller Flowers.
Haley Garber, Beauty By Haley Garber, joins Miller in hosting the Southwest Ohio Anti-Human Trafficking Community Awareness Event, to offer training to the community. “Nearly all of us have heard of human trafficking by now and the horror that it is, but often we don’t know what to do about it or even fully understand what it is. By taking time out of one day to learn and connect with other people who also are actively fighting this we set ourselves up for a future of prevention and safety. Knowing the facts help us protect those we love and keep our communities safe,” said Haley.
For a complete list of sessions, visit https://www.facebook.com/events/482054879088207/