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Freedom Sunday 2017 in Tulare County
Sunday, February 26, 2017

Join with other churches in focusing on prayer, education, and action to end human trafficking throughout the Central Valley. Observe at your own services or meeting.  CAPC is helping organize local resources and efforts for churches and any other groups to help Family Services, Tulare County DAs Office, and other local organizations in their efforts to address human trafficking. Resources and info on training meetings on our Freedom Sunday page.

Register as a participating church/group here.

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8th Annual Regional Conference on Human Trafficking
Monday, April 3, 8:30-5:00p.m.

Fresno EOC’s Central Valley Against Human Trafficking is pleased to announce the 8th Annual “Be Free” Conference on Human Trafficking. The theme of this year’s conference is “Building Bridges.” The event will explore a multi-disciplinary approach to regional partnerships, identification and recovery for victims of human trafficking in the Central Valley. The regional conference is open to the general public and is an opportunity for concerned citizens, victim service providers, law enforcement, government agencies, faith and business leaders to be informed and congregate to support rights for victims and survivors. 

Conference Cost: $35 Early Bird Special or Valid Student ID, $50 after February 28th(Includes continental breakfast and lunch.) Registration will be open soon.
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