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Neighborhood: Ellicott City

Christian Temple – Fellowship Hall

5820 Edmondson Ave


Catonsville, MD 21228

Description

Learn what human trafficking is, where it is occurring, and why it is an epidemic. We will discuss how traffickers lure their victims into slavery, the typical mindset of a victim, and indicators that someone is vulnerable to being trafficked.


Start on : September 13, 2017 6:30 PM Wednesday
End on : September 13, 2017 8:00 PM Wednesday

Event Details

The Samaritan Women is a national charity providing restorative residential care for survivors of human trafficking. Founded in 2007, and located right here in Baltimore, TSW has been caring for survivors and creating awareness about the issue of human trafficking for the past 10 years.

Our presenter will be Beth Halley, the Community Impact Liaison for The Samaritan Women. Ms. Halley has spoken throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Eastern Seaboard Regions on this topic, from New York to South Carolina. Her passion is educating our youth about human trafficking, and she has presented to countless middle school, high school and college students. She has also shared this information with many church, civic and community groups. We hope you will attend this informative evening and join us in the fight against human trafficking.

NAMI Metropolitan Baltimore presents mental health forums about various topics on the 2nd Wednesday evening of every month.

Space is limited and advanced registration is required. Attendance is free for NAMI members and $5 for non-members. To become a NAMI member and to learn more about member benefits, please visit www.namibaltimore.org/get-involved/membership.

Mental Health Forum: Human Trafficking 101

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