The Hourglass was joined by Linda Crockett (Safe Communities) and Brad Ortenzi (ZOE International) for a conversation about child sexual abuse and child trafficking prevention in Lancaster County.
For information on ZOE International: https://gozoe.org/
For information on Safe Communities: https://www.safecommunitiespa.org/
Get educated! You can’t protect children from what you don’t understand. Attend one of Safe Communities’ virtual workshops, or ask your school, church or organization to host one.
More than 20 workshops available for parents, teens, church and organizational leaders, and other professionals.
Get connected! Join a trauma-informed virtual group for survivors of sexual abuse, or attend one of our day long retreats.
Safe Communities’ groups and retreats connect you to a community of peers and allies dedicated to healing and building resilience.
Get a cultural change going! Don’t settle for a youth organization, church or program that is not proactive in preventing child sexual abuse.
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