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In our Summer 2017 edition of "Family Matters" we hear from Family Services' resident human trafficking expert, Jennifer Boteilho, who answers some of the most common questions people have been asking about our newest project, The Freedom House. There's also a recap of our successful 9th Annual Guest Chef Series event. Thanks for reading!
On March 28, Family Services celebrated the grand opening of the Freedom House, a new resource center for survivors of human trafficking and drop-in center for youth at risk for trafficking. Jennifer Noelani Boteilho, Family Services’ resident human trafficking services expert, oversees the Freedom House and the Rape Crisis Center. She’s answering a few of the most common questions people have been asking about our work with human trafficking survivors.
Are you looking to make a real difference in the lives of domestic violence or sexual assault survivors in our community? Consider being part of our volunteer training courses this fall to become a certified Domestic Violence Counselor or Sexual Assault Crisis Counselor. We are also adding a new two-day class for potential volunteers who would like to work with human trafficking survivors.
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