Human Trafficking Information Luncheon in Wisconsin Dells on May 16
Hope House, in partnership with the Faith Leaders for Healthy Relationships Committee, is excited to announce that Josh Beaton, the Anti-Human Trafficking Coordinator at UMOS in Milwaukee, will be giving an information session on human trafficking on May 16 from 11 am-2 pm at Trappers Turn Golf Club in Wisconsin Dells. A light lunch will start at 11 am, followed by the program at 11:30. The program will consist of an overview of trafficking trends in Wisconsin, case studies, practical tools on how to identify and refer victims of sex and labor trafficking, as well as a discussion around how communities can help the issue, leaving time for questions.
The Wisconsin Regional Anti-Human Trafficking Program is a statewide program. The program has several pillars which include training, screening and identification, technical assistance, and outreach. One of the main goals of the program is to build the capacity of Wisconsin communities to identify and refer victims of both sex and labor trafficking.
$15 covers the cost of lunch and the session. Lunch will be 1/2 Trappers Clubhouse Sandwich & Cup of Chicken Dumpling Soup (vegetarian option available). Please register by May 13 to Deb at Hope House at 608-356-9123 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please provide your name, organization (if applicable), city, and phone or email address. Checks can be made out to Hope House and sent to Hope House, attn: Deb, P.O. Box 557, Braaboo, WI, 53913 or brought to the luncheon.