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People in Tulare County are coming together and doing incredible things to address the issue and reality of human trafficking in the community, including providing education and training, facilitating collaboration, providing for the needs of those affected, and creating opportunities for those in the community to get involved. However, our efforts to equip and activate one another in the community are hindered if we don’t know what’s happening.

The Tulare County Human Trafficking Resources website and newsletter has been created to provide those in the community with information on events and resources regarding local human trafficking response.

For more information on human trafficking related topics, please feel free to contact TCHTR coordinator Brandi Nuse-Villegas at 305-2617 or at cvabolitionist@gmail.com.

If you have a resource to add to the website, please contact us.

If you are involved in a potential human trafficking situation, please call the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 888- 373- 7888. If the situation is life threatening, please call 911.

 

"Emergence," By Brandi Nuse-Villegas, 48"x24", mixed media The interactive piece was created for the 2012 Freedom Week in the Central Valley. The piece includes names from a Valley phone book and from the California Missing Children's list and symbolizes that the whole community is connected and that emergence from the oppression of human trafficking and connected injustices is one that we come out of together, Inside of the box at the top of the piece are two hands holding one another.
“Emergence,” By Brandi Nuse-Villegas, 48″x24″, mixed media The interactive piece was created for the 2012 Freedom Week in the Central Valley. The piece includes names from a Valley phone book and from the California Missing Children’s list and symbolizes that the whole community is connected and that emergence from the oppression of human trafficking and connected injustices is one that we come out of together, Inside of the box at the top of the piece are two hands holding one another.

 

 

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Equipping those in the Central Valley to effectively address human trafficking

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