Report unsolicited obscene material or questionable contact online to https://report.cybertip.org/ or 1-800-843 5678.
National Human Trafficking Hotline: 1- 888-373-or text “BeFree” at 233733.
SAOP 24/7 Helpline: 740-591-4266
Gallia CPR HT Collaborative meeting is the second Monday of every month at 11:00am. To find out more about how to connect and get involved, email email@example.com!
The Gallia CPR Human Trafficking Collaborative is a sub-committee of the Gallia County Citizens for Prevention and Recovery (CPR) Coalition. This committee is comprised of volunteers from health-care providers, counseling services, civic or volunteer groups, media, state, local or tribal government agencies with expertise in Human Trafficking, law enforcement, education, local businesses, youth groups and faith-based groups and churches, who are working together to promote healthy and wholesome paths of thinking and living life as well as restoration and healing for those who have been wounded by negative and destructive messages, attitudes and choices associated with human trafficking.
The Mission of the Gallia CPR Human Trafficking Collaborative is to prevent human trafficking through awareness and educational efforts while connecting services on behalf of trafficked persons.
The Vision of the Collaborative is to have communities free of human trafficking.
The means by which Gallia CPR HT Collaborative accomplishes its mission is to 1) inform, 2) empower, and 3) unite the people of our community in order to a) promote prevention, b) provide education, and c) establish connections for resources and opportunities.
Communities that flourish recognize the need to aggressively combat attitudes, activities and policies that allow for the victimization of people and mobilize community members in coordinated efforts to protect and to take their communities back from the grip of these paths of despair.
Drug abuse and addiction, suicide, violence and human trafficking are fueled by the exploitation of people and are perpetuated by despair. Instead of enabling people to find and access healthy ways to grow, cope, function, and survive, these “paths of despair” trap people in cycles of harmful patterns of dealing with pain, loss, grief, and trauma with short-term “solutions” that, in the end, exacerbate the problems they promised to solve.