At least 100,000 U.S. children are exploited in prostitution every year in America.
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
Human Trafficking is a $150 billion per year business, outpacing all other forms of illegal activity.
Sex traffickers make $175,000 in cash, on average, per child in one year.
The Coalition is sponsoring a presentation by Nick Lembo on Sunday, January 13, 2019 at 8:30 a.m. at the Jewish Community of Sedona & the Verde Valley, 100 Meadow Lark Drive, Sedona AZ 86336.
Breakfast will be served by the JCSVV Men’s Club (donation requested).
Nick’s topic: "The World of Human Trafficking and Men Making a Difference."
Nick has been a presenter for Just.Men.Arizona throughout the state sharing the importance of men’s involvement in fighting human trafficking and how they can get involved.
He has also presented for Shared Hope International at national conferences and has spoken at anti-trafficking forums across the nation.
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We rely on donations to bring programs to schools, hold events, invite speakers and handle printing and other expenses. The Coalition Against Human Trafficking-Northern AZ is a 501(C)3 nonprofit organization. Donations are tax deductible.
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The Coalition Against Human Trafficking, Northern AZ (CAHT AZ) provides Informational presentations to organizations in the Verde Valley of Arizona. If you are interested in scheduling a presentation, please complete the request form below. A member of our presentation committee will contact you to provide additional information and schedule a presentation.
The “Somewhere Else” Myth
When most Americans hear the term “human trafficking,” they think it only happens somewhere else, on the other side of the world (e.g. in Southeast Asia, Eastern Europe or Central America), not Main Street USA, and certainly not in their town or neighborhood. They are wrong.
The “Bad Part of Town” Myth
Many people believe that this is a problem that only occurs in high-crime areas where good people don’t go. At one point there might have been a grain of truth in that, but things have changed.
Join The Conversation
Join the Conversation is a open moderated forum for organizations and individuals who are working on combating human trafficking to talk to each other about their efforts in eradicating this problem.
Join the Conversation is meant to be a meeting place where those who are actively involved in anti-trafficking work in our communities can discover opportunities for collaboration.
Join in by clicking on the button below.